- Nov 4, 2004
I don't disagree with anything of this, the first company I worked for after college had a pension program but you had to have started working their one year before I started to be eligible. Baby boomers don't realize how good they had it. Between rising costs of college, healthcare and the worsening of employee benefits millennial are really in rough shape going forward. Not to mention continued growth in income inequality making things worse and worse.
Circling back to the thread topic, this is why I'm totally fine with creating a new/higher tax bracket to try and help the middle class. I'm not sure if 70%/$10M is the right number but I agree with the principle.
Yea, I agree. It's shameful unless avarice doesn't cause you shame.