Decrease Taxes on Social Security Income
"Reducing the taxation of Social Security may not seem like a great way to help save Social Security, but it may be. Ultimately, we all live off our after-tax income, also known as take-home pay. If retirees owe fewer taxes on their Social Security benefits, they may be able to shoulder a small reduction in gross benefits. If this was laid out properly, it could be a way to essentially means test Social Security benefits. If you decrease the taxes paid by lower-income retirees, you may be able to shrink their benefit without reducing their home from Social Security. On the flip side, you would likely be increasing taxes on those with more substantial retirement income streams, essentially taxing wealthier retirees who have less of their retirement income coming via Social Security."
According to Forbes, this will help get more out of your Social Security. We can lower the gross taxation so that we will get more from Social Security. This change can be possible, and I will fight for our right to earn the income we deserve.