Home Become a Member Support

 

How much could these Current and Next Generation Working Families pay in debt stabilization taxes? 

Our excessive spending and debt cannot continue. If congress does not reduce spending then American working families could face additional tax increases to stabilize the debt. To see how examples of tax increase these families could be facing, simply click on an income range below.

 

 
 

 

Next Generation Working Families

Next Generation Family: We will show how future taxes to stabilize the debt could impact working couples who enter the workforce at age 25 in 2010 or later. Working an average of 40 years, they would retire at age 65 in 2050. A  broader definition of next generation families, could encompass current college, high school and elementary students, as well as infants and the unborn.  

To see how a next generation working family could be impacted by additional tax increases, click on a family below:

 Next Generation Family

 

Age 25 

 

 

Age 64 

 

 

$75,000

$159,000

 

$75,000

$241,300 

 

$75,000

 $368,000

 

registration required (free)

$75,000

$686,000 

 

registration required (free)

$75,000

$1,200,000 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Current Generation Working Families     

Current Generation Family:  We will show how future taxes to stabilize the debt could impact working couples around  42 years old in 2010. They will work for another 22 years until a possible retirement at age 64 

To see how a current generation working family could be impacted by additional tax increases, click on a family below: 

 

 Current Generation Family

 

Age 42

 

 

Age 64 

 

 

$33,000

$40,744

  

$62,250

$82,620

 

$127,000

$156,000

 

 

$228,000

$271,000

 

registration required (free)

$503,000

$702,000

 

registration required (free)

$1,003,000 

$1,577,000 

 

 

 

PLEASE SIGN-IN OR REGISTER FIRST

Let us know about problems or suggestions regarding this page. (1 point)

(optional) Please rate your interest level in this page (1 point)




PLEASE SIGN-IN OR REGISTER FIRST