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The Pew Research Center, using 2014 data, looked at average taxes and social insurance contributions as a percentage of gross income for different family types.
There is also the cost of cuts to other agencies to free up money for disasters, and the burden of increased spending on social insurance and safety-net programs, such as food stamps.
Welfare and social insurance taxes cost between 40% and 100% of a paycheck in China.
Names, birth dates, phone numbers and email addresses may have been exposed, but addresses, social insurance numbers and any banking information weren’t, the lender said.
While businesses haven’t raised salaries much, their mandatory contributions to employees’ social insurance programs have been rising for years, both in nominal terms and as a share of economic output.
That’s a fundamental and permanent retrenchment of American social insurance.
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