My solution for social spending and fair compensation

3% corporate tax that will replace payroll tax, unemployment tax, employer social security, and Medicare tax.
Those employee taxes will be matched by these taxes instead of the employer, taking care of our social programs.
Sick leave and vacation days are now paid through this tax instead of the employer.
And give us overtime pay with these taxes.

Anyone earning less than $100,000 per year working over 40 hours per week gets overtime up to 80 hours. Employers pay workers normally, the extra half wage comes from the tax.

Another 1% increase in corporate tax for Medicare for All.

This would reduce the working American’s taxes by taking out the employment medicare tax altogether, along with the thousands for insurance families have to pay.
Allow insurance companies to provide supplemental and premium care coverage.
Use this tax to replace worker’s compensation, and ensure the plan includes employment injury.

And the drug price negotiation is going to happen, it is one of the most despicable ways to make money off our infirm. The longer you hold on to it, the more corruption shows.

1% for pre-k childcare.

We don’t take care of mothers or their children. You want them to work, they need to be provided the opportunity. 5% corporate tax increase, they keep their Trump taxes, and their employees become so incredibly productive and their expense for vacation and sick days no longer causes ire against their workers even if they’re not getting it.

5% corporate tax increase, they keep their Trump taxes, and their employees become so incredibly productive and their expense for vacation and sick days no longer causes ire against their workers even if they’re not getting it.

Worker’s Compensation can be taken care of through this tax, as we as unemployment benefits and possibly hazard pay reserves in the case that our employees have to continue working in higher-risk conditions due to national emergencies… like a pandemic.

Coupled together, the logistics should play out. It will cost $50 billion per year for medicare for all, and we don’t know realistic numbers to get kids in preschool and mothers free to work.
My main concern is how many Americans qualify for overtime. Most of that 5% will be focused on fair compensation.

Mandatory raises of $1 per year for two years, aside from the taxes, Bosses need to compensate for company loyalty, plain and simple.