Starting January 1st, Olympia will raise your payroll taxes hundreds of dollars each year for a program that will give you little, or nothing, in return.

 I-1436 allows you to opt in — OR OPT OUT — of participating in Olympia’s new long-term care tax at any time. The choice of providing for your future stays in YOUR hands… not the government’s.

• Imagine a retirement program that forces you to pay in, but you receive no benefits if you retire within 10 years. 
• Or a program that 
takes away your benefits if you move to another state
 (you can’t take it with you).
• Or a program with 
NO income cap — even Social Security and Medicare don’t do that!
• Or a program that taxes you for your entire working life while your 
benefits for a family are limited and could last less than a year.

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"Expect state agencies to continue a public-relations campaign, emphasizing all the good and none of the bad surrounding this entitlement program that dings the budgets of both high- and low-income wage earners. The WA Cares Fund only cares for and benefits the state’s mismanaged budget."  

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Starting January 1st, Olympia will raise your payroll taxes hundreds of dollars each year for a program that will give you little, or nothing, in return.

 I-1436 allows you to opt in — OR OPT OUT — of participating in Olympia’s new long-term care tax at any time. The choice of providing for your future stays in YOUR hands… not the government’s.

• Imagine a retirement program that forces you to pay in, but you receive no benefits if you retire within 10 years. 
• Or a program that 
takes away your benefits if you move to another state
 (you can’t take it with you).
• Or a program with 
NO income cap — even Social Security and Medicare don’t do that!
• Or a program that taxes you for your entire working life while your 
benefits for a family are limited and could last less than a year.

THE FACTS ABOUT I-1436



"Expect state agencies to continue a public-relations campaign, emphasizing all the good and none of the bad surrounding this entitlement program that dings the budgets of both high- and low-income wage earners. The WA Cares Fund only cares for and benefits the state’s mismanaged budget."  

-Washington Policy Center

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The new, unfair mandatory payroll tax:  

  • Requires you to buy an expensive private insurance or pay for a limited state plan. 
  • Forces you to pay in, but you receive no benefits if you retire within 10 years. 
  • Takes away your benefits if you move to another state (can’t take it with you). 
  • Taxes you with NO income cap — even Social Security and Medicare don’t do that! 
  • Taxes you for your entire working life while your benefits are limited and could last less than a year. 

I-1436 allows you to OPT OUT of the new long-term care tax at any time. No mandatory tax. No expensive insurance plan. The choice of providing for your future stays in YOUR hands… not government’s. 

A bi-partisan group of legislators have asked the governor to delay it. If the politicians don’t trust this new tax why should you? 


What is I-1436? 

  • I-1436 is an Initiative to the Legislature—they are required by law to act on it. 

  • I-1436 needs 325,000 valid signatures by December 31.  

  • Lawmakers can pass I-1436 directly into law or they can send it to the voters to decide. 

 

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