Originally Posted by AbeBeta
That is actually not true in "actual economics."
If I can pay a debt in the future instead of immediately without incurring any interest, that is a good move. Especially when any increase in the cap makes it proportionally LESS money.
Right. Future money is worth less than money today. You actually save money in this instance that's equal to the rate of inflation. The salary cap doesn't adjust for it so it's generally smart to push money into future years, to an extent of course.