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|Obama Budget Plan Raises Employer Issues
The $3.5 trillion budget unveiled Thursday includes proposals to reform health care, expand unemployment benefits and require employers to automatically enroll workers in retirement accounts.
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February 27, 2009
Obama Budget Plan Raises Employer Issues
Among the most notable ideas proposed by President Barack Obama in his $3.5 trillion budget unveiled Thursday, February 26, is a big-ticket health reform plan and a proposal to require employers to automatically enroll employees in retirement accounts.
Though details remain sketchy, here’s a quick look at some of the ways employers might be affected:
Addressing low savings rates among U.S. workers, the proposed budget states that employers that “do not currently offer a retirement plan will be required to enroll their employees in a direct-deposit IRA account that is compatible with existing direct-deposit payroll systems.” Employees could opt out but would automatically be enrolled in a retirement account if they did nothing.
Among the bigger-ticket items is health care reform. Other than setting aside $634 billion as an initial earmark for reforming the country’s health care system, the budget proposal offers few details.
It does state that the administration’s plan would give workers the option of keeping their employer-based health plan. The proposed budget also mentions—but does not endorse or reject—other health reform ideas such as capping the tax exclusion for employer-sponsored health insurance.
Under the heading “Extend, Expand and Reform Unemployment Insurance Benefits,” the budget proposal would curb benefits fraud that, according to the Office of Management and Budget, cost taxpayers $3.9 billion in 2008. It calls for increased “funding for program integrity” and legislative changes to reduce employer tax evasion.
Having taken E-Verify off the table in the stimulus package, the system that checks new-hire information from I-9 forms against Social Security and Department of Homeland Security databases, is now back in the proposed budget with $110 million to expand the program.
Federal wage reporting
The budget contains a proposal to increase the frequency employers report wages to the Social Security Administration. Currently, employers report employee wages to the federal government once a year using W-2 forms. The administration says more frequent reporting would improve tax administration and make it easier to implement their proposal to institute automatic enrollment into retirement savings accounts. The administration says it will work with states so that “the overall reporting burden on employers is not increased.”
The demonic cabal and its Wall Street lackeys are increasing their attacks on Social Security:
All of this current deception is in addition to their continually peddling the BIG LIE that Social Security is inevitably going bust.
Their BIG LIE is a swindle to loot Social Security!
The Bush junta so controlled the press and Republican politicians that it forced "reporters" and Congresspersons to use the words "personal accounts" instead of "private accounts." This is because one of spinmeister Karl Rove's focus groups indicated that people, particularly older people, react negatively to any connection between Social Security and the word "private." The group liked the sound of "personal accounts" better than they did "private accounts."
The cabal and Wall Streeters want you to invest in a giant crap shoot that in the last ten years has seen investors losing TRILLIONs in investments.
There is no Social Security Crisis! That's merely a cabal BIG LIE. The only present crisis is the very real possibility that Americans will be confused by all the smoke and mirrors created by the Wall Street people who want to pillage the Social Security System.
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- Answering lies about Social Security
- National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare
- 2/13/05: Social Security Network
- 2/13/05: Century Foundation
- 3/7/03: Campaign for America's Future
- Social Security Q & A
- Social Security Links
- Business Leaders
- Market Overview
- Mutual Funds & ETFs
- America's Road to Recovery
- Women in Business
- Financial Planning
- Lifestyle & Money
- On Topic
- Tools and Calculators
- Personal Agenda Discussion
- Dave Ramsey's 2009 Plasty Awards
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