Retailers say payroll tax will cut consumer spending | Video

Staff Reports
by Staff Reports

American workers are opening their first paychecks of 2013 and are finding an undesirable surprise: Uncle Sam's take has gone up. Because a temporary cut in Social Security withholdings is gone, giving average Americans $1000 less income. Which in turn, will negatively affect retailers.
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