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January 05, 2013

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Tom Sightings

I agree with your analysis, except I think it's a GOOD thing that the payroll tax holiday was allowed to expire. After all, that's what pays for SS and Medicare.

Rita Robison

Hi Tom,

I agree that it's a good thing that the payroll tax holiday was allowed to expire. As a long-time supporter of government, I think we should pay more to support programs vital for the lives of people. However, most consumers, especially many baby boomers, I expect, don't like paying more taxes, so I put it under the missed opportunities column.

Thanks for your comment.

Rita

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