The dual effect of rising healthcare costs in the form of Medicare Part B premiums and Social Security income taxation thresholds that are not indexed will continue this net decrease if changes are not implemented, said Martha Shedden, co-founder of the National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts. According to Shedden, the two are different problems with possible varied solutions.
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