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How much money per taxpayer must be added to the Social Security Trust Fund to cover the projected shortfalls for all taxpayers and beneficiaries currently in the Social Security program?

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As of January 1, 2014, the projected shortfalls for all taxpayers and beneficiaries in the Social Security program amounted to $25.4 trillion, or an additional $155,617 from every person who paid Social Security payroll taxes in 2013. This measure approximates the method by which publicly traded companies are required by law to report the finances of their pension and retirement plans.

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