Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 8, 1967 · Page 13
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In Higher Taxes or Through Inflation— Consumers to Pay More Regardless of What Congress Does By JOHN CUNNIPP (AP Business Analyst) NEW YORK (AP) - While the House of Representatives has erected a dam of determination against President Johnson's tax increase proposal, its counterparts in the Senate have opened the flood gates. As it stands now, the President's request for higher income taxes has been buried in the House. But the Senate, paradoxically, hopes to raise Social Security taxes even more than the President requested. This situation appears to say that members of Congress may be willing to see their constituents taxed for a specific purpose but not for the general purpose of supporting the administration's spending plans. Ironically, the people in the lower income brackets would be taxed the most, relatively, if the Senate Social Security bill finds sympathy in the House and is enacted. If it is passed, and if the nation continues to have inflation at the rate of more than 3 per cent a year, then most Americans are going to find themselves paying out nearly as much as they would through an income tax increase. The Social Security bill seeks an increase in the tax on incomes from 4.4 per cent to 5 per cent, to apply not just to the first $6,600 earned, as under the present law, but to the first $8,800. This means that the maximum amount to be deducted for Social Security would jump from $290.40 to $440, a whopping $149.60 advance and considerably more than the President had requested. Now compare this with the additional money that would be paid out under the Johnson income tax proposal, which seeks a 10 per cent surtax on corporate and personal incomes. In sending his proposal to Congress last August, Johnson said that a family of four with an income of $10,000 would pay "at most" an added tax of $9.25 a month. This comes to only $111 a year. For many it would be less. "For three out of every four American families, the burden of this increase will be between a few cents and $9 a month t " the President said. The increase in Social Security taxes would average more than $12. The Senate, Therefore, through approval of a bill that would draw billions of dollars out of the economy, would bring about much of the restraint that the President has failed to extract from the House. The Senate action, however, would tax many who can little afford to pay increase. The person earning $10,000, for example, would pay no more than the worker earning $8,800. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 8, 1967 The problems of those in the lower income brackets don't stop there, for another tax is hidden in the maze of present government fiscal policy. This is the tax of inflation. Commonly, inflation is not known as a tax, but only because it works clandestinely. In- flation seldom is very obvious until it reaches runaway proportions. It is a sneak thief or, using Johnson's term, it is a pickpocket. It is presently taking 3.1 per cent of your dollar. If, for example, you have $1,000 in the bank at 4.75 per cent interest, your deposit will earn $47.50 a year. But if prices are rising at the rate of 3.1 per cent a year, that $47.50 is reduced to $16.50. It seems, therefore, that American consumers are going to be paying out more of their salaries next year regardless of what .Congress does. If Social Security taxes are raised the strain on pocketbooks will show. If income taxes also are raised the strain will become a real burden. If inflation persists, as it is likely to t the strain becomes painful. These painful prospects perhaps explain the unusual behavior of the administration and ol Congress. They very likely explain also why the American consumer has been guarding his money so closely this year. Read the Want Ads 19 >y SAFEWAY COUPON I I GRAPE JELLY I I I I • Tea Garden; I 18-oz. Jar -?» h p.',!"' 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