Interactive Medicare Model – Updated

I updated the model. It’s now web based (IE9, Safari, Chrome, Firefox supported); no need for Excel. Play around with it and let me know what you think. One of the new options includes raising tax revenue from bottom 50%, not just top 1%.

Interactive Medicare Model — allows experimentation with assumptions about Medicare age and inflation, GDP growth, and effective tax rates.

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3 Responses to Interactive Medicare Model – Updated

  1. Putra says:

    Of course they shloud give you a chance to speak. With a top-two primary system, everybody needs to be heard, regardless of their party affiliation. Doc Hastings’ Tea Party philosophy goes against everything that is good for the Tri-Cities. Cutting funding for Hanford, voting against infrastructure improvements, replacing medicare with a voucher system, and reducing social security benefits will all hurt our economy.

  2. Free knowledge like this doesn’t just help, it promote democracy. Thank you.

  3. Whoever edits and publishes these articles really knows what they’re doing.

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