## Summary Measures and Graphs

__Description of Proposed Provision__:

E2.11: Eliminate the taxable maximum in years 2025 and later. Phase in elimination by taxing all earnings above the current-law taxable maximum at: 2.48 percent in 2021, 4.96 percent in 2022, and so on, up to 12.40 percent in 2025. Provide benefit credit for earnings above the current-law taxable maximum that are subject to the payroll tax, using a secondary PIA formula. This secondary PIA formula involves: (1) an "AIME+" derived from annual earnings from each year after 2020 that were in excess of that year's current-law taxable maximum; and (2) a formula factor of 5 percent on this newly computed "AIME+".

__Description of Proposed Provision__:

E2.11: Eliminate the taxable maximum in years 2025 and later. Phase in elimination by taxing all earnings above the current-law taxable maximum at: 2.48 percent in 2021, 4.96 percent in 2022, and so on, up to 12.40 percent in 2025. Provide benefit credit for earnings above the current-law taxable maximum that are subject to the payroll tax, using a secondary PIA formula. This secondary PIA formula involves: (1) an "AIME+" derived from annual earnings from each year after 2020 that were in excess of that year's current-law taxable maximum; and (2) a formula factor of 5 percent on this newly computed "AIME+".

*Estimates based on the intermediate assumptions of the 2019 Trustees Report*

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Current law [percent of payroll] |
Change from current law [percent of payroll] |
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Long-range actuarial balance |
Annual balance in 75th year |
Long-range actuarial balance |
Annual balance in 75th year |
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Annual balance in 75th year |
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-2.78 | -4.11 | 2.08 | 2.12 | 75% | 52% |