RE: [tips_and_tricks] Social Security Benefits:
Given the fiat currency scheme, “you don't really believe that this is an investment program where your funds are invested and held for your retirement [or your parents’ retirement], do you?”
The tax is the means to regulate the excess created “money” in the system. The government can clearly create as much money to pay the SSA benefits as it needs and then jump through whatever windowdressing exercises are required to convince the public that their taxes are the source of government spending. Witness the recent so-called ritual of “raising the debt ceiling” for this purpose.
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On a lesser issue, the material published by the SSA states that after 40 quarters of contributions you are vested in the SSA program. If I am totally vested after 40 quarters, why do I still need to make contributions through my employer? I have always asked and never recieved an answer.
- On May 2, 2006, at 4:23 PM, Grant Innes wrote:
> The problem is that a certificate may be needed by the child in theWhy would one "need" a passport, as opposed to just desiring the
> future, for example, getting a passport.
convenience it may afford? Most countries have provisions for
accepting foreigners without them having a passport. A passport just
means that the current US regime will vouch for you to a foreign
government. People who are not foreign to that particular government
can do the same thing. The USA may be respected somewhere still, but
usually a country respects its own citizens more. With most countries,
an invitation to visit from one of their nationals, plus that person's
agreement to be responsible for you while you are there, is enough.