The social security system, which pays out benefits to roughly one in three Americans, is being dismantled to pay for tax cuts.
The Senate is expected to vote this week on a $1 trillion tax bill that would allow the federal government to pay its bills with money that will be paid out to the federal workers and retirees who make up a large chunk of the American population.
It will be a major victory for the Trump administration, which is seeking to push through a tax overhaul that would raise revenue to pay off the debt and give tax cuts to corporations, as well as the wealthy.
The tax bill has been blocked by Senate Democrats, who are worried that the plan will raise taxes on middle class Americans.
Democrats have vowed to block the tax bill in a procedural vote on Thursday.
The Social Security retirement system is the most important retirement payment to the American public.
It provides the money that pays for Social Security, which will be the largest single federal government payment in the next several years.
The retirement system’s payroll and benefit payments are paid out in three parts, and are guaranteed by the Social Security trust fund.
But for the past seven years, the government has paid Social Security benefits through a new formula called “equivalent cost,” which assumes a higher benefit payment for older workers.
This formula is based on the Social Age Trust Fund’s annual budget and has been used to fund Social Security’s benefits for nearly 40 years.
It was originally proposed by former President Bill Clinton in 1996.
The formula is set to be replaced with a formula that uses the Consumer Price Index, a measure of inflation.
The CPI is based off of a survey of households in which a majority of households say their paychecks will not be sufficient to cover basic expenses for food, housing, utilities, clothing, transportation, and other basic needs.
A Congressional Budget Office report released earlier this year found that replacing the CPI with equivalent cost would reduce federal spending by $20.4 trillion over the next decade.
A House report last month also warned that the replacement would reduce the amount of money available to the Social Service Retirement System by $7.7 trillion over 20 years.
A similar change would also be made to the Supplemental Security Income program, which provides income for low-income seniors and the disabled.
The Trump administration is planning to eliminate the retirement system entirely under the bill, which the White House is expected in the coming days to call a “massive tax cut.”
Social Security is the biggest single federal payment in America, so it’s an especially big issue for Republicans who want to make sure it pays out as much as possible to retirees and workers.
The GOP has been pushing a tax cut that would primarily benefit wealthy Americans, and Republicans want to keep Social Security at least as large as it was before the tax cuts were enacted.
Republicans also want to cut the tax rates for corporations and the wealthiest Americans.
This will mean the cost of the tax plan will be even higher for workers and those making less than $1 million a year.
The bill would also allow for a tax break for corporations that hire foreign workers.
Trump has been lobbying hard for the bill to keep the Social Safety Net, which benefits workers who have lost their jobs or are working part time due to the recession.
Trump and his allies have argued that the bill would benefit workers by making it easier for them to keep their jobs.
“The plan I have for Social Safety net would be an enormous benefit to the people who have been hit hard by the economic recession,” Trump told reporters last month.
Trump’s administration has also argued that it’s in the best interest of the Social System to keep benefits at the current levels, but that Social Security will have to keep working even if the economy starts to slow down.
The government’s retirement system provides workers with a retirement benefit based on their age and retirement.
If they’re in their 60s or older and can’t make it through a normal retirement, Social Security would pay for the difference.
The program is paid out every year in monthly checks to the maximum age set by Congress.
The amount paid out each month is based largely on the earnings of the workers and the age of the retirees.
The system is funded by a trust fund that has been in place since 1965, and it has been growing at a steady clip over the past several decades.
It’s the largest federal retirement program.
It covers workers age 65 and over, retirees age 62 and over and disabled people, as long as they’re not working.
If you earn over $250,000 a year, you can receive up to $3,400 a year in benefits, depending on the type of job you have.
There are many benefits that are available, but they’re paid out on a monthly basis.
For example, if you’re retired from a factory job, you could receive $1,200 per month.
This is based purely on the amount you make in your job.
It does not include your pension.
A retiree who earns $150,000