The public Social Security system currently receives less than what it spends. Well, so what? If we isolate the income and expenses of public health, this would happen exactly the same: it would be in deficit (patients do not pay directly the full cost of the service), and I do not see anyone out there saying that you have to create a finalist tax to finance health. To reduce the SS deficit, it is sufficient to apply the following measures: prosecute labor fraud, eliminate the maximum contribution limit, eliminate bonuses.

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