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Solvency of our Social Security Program

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In order to make Social Security solvent (able to pay you when you retire) the following should happen:
a.) Make all income (not just the first approximately $100,000 a person earns) subject to social security tax.
b.) Raise the social security tax rate (It is currently a little over 7%)
c.) Not give social security money to anyone earning over $100,000 a year in retirement.
d.) None of the above, because there is no real problem with Social Security.

Your organization is in need of additional funding. You have several options (issuance of new stock, private placement of bonds, and a public bond offering). Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each option. How would a non-profit raise additional funds?

Nothing has been defined as "something that is not anything". That has often been said about stock splits. Are stock splits nothing? Defend your answer.

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In actuality, none of these ideas are viable options; however, there still is a real problem with the solvency of our Social Security Program. For purposes of this assignment, the best of the three

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