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Means testing for benefits: Can means testing help reduce corruption and fraud?

  • Yes, only those with need should receive benefits.

    Yes, means testing will reduce corruption and fraud, because only those with need should receive benefits. Public resources should only be given to those that can demonstrate need, and because the government keeps good records of income through tax records, reviewing those records for need woul dbe a helpful way to reduce corruption and fraud.

  • Benefits programs are not the source for fraud

    While undoubtably some fraud exists among the meager benefits and welfare programs that exist here in the United States, the vast majority of fraud is perpetrated by corporations with the help of our governments. And many benefit programs are desirable to corporations, such as food stamps, for some very obvious reasons.


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