President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the Social Security Act into law in 1935. AP Photo, file.

When you hear people talking about “fixing Social Security” and saying that “it’s broke” (hint: it’s not!), just remember this little rhyme.

“The cap” means that if you make over $110,000 per year, you don’t pay into Social Security for all those extra dollars. Because the rich don’t get enough breaks, right? There wouldn’t even be a question on its stability if we collected that money.

It’s a simple fix

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