Next year, the “tax max,” as the Social Security Administration calls it, is set to increase by 7.3%, to $127,200 from $118,500.

This is good news for those policymakers who are concerned about the continuing health of the system. But it may be viewed less favorably by advisory clients, who, like most working people, savor that moment during the year when their take-home wages jump.

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