THE CULTURAL EFFECTS ON FAMILY
The Family Is And Has Always Been The Cornerstone Of Society
As it thrives so does society. Unfortunately, high taxes, government inference, dysfunction and popular culture has forced many families to break from their traditional roles. The USA Plan has been constructed to induce family creation and maintenance. By sharing their contributions of payroll taxes, a couple who decides to have the wife stay home and raise the kids and grandkids will still retire a millionaire. In the basic example of a $50,000 yearly income, the stay-at-home wife will retire after 40 years with a $16,666 a month pension check.
Corporate employers should raise wages considering under the USA Plan they don’t have to provide employees with pension and old-age medical coverage. Families that don’t have to save for retirement or for catastrophic health events will experience less stress on their finances as well on their relationships.
Taking financial concerns away from day-to-day family matters should provide a happier environment for the family and allow them to tailor their lifestyle accordingly. Taking stress away from parents will surely allow them to raise more responsible children.
The family’s USA should be a guidepost to the hopeful future lacking in so many of today’s families.
Extinguishing poverty should substantially reduce crime and other dysfunctions. No one can dispute the benefits a happy wife can deliver – or a happy husband.
The USA Plan will bring forth the feeling of self-reliance which will be the driving force behind its enactment into law.
The USA Plan triggers the largest tax cut in US History and will generate the largest increase in tax revenue ever collected.
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