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And Social Security benefits are increasingly subject to income taxes, another benefit cut.

Private pensions are 100% subject to income tax, how is a partial tax of SS benefits a "benefit cut"?

I've long favored subjecting 100% of SS benefits to Federal income tax to stop people from whining when a portion of their benefit is taxed.

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