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Retirement Income: Implications of Demographic Trends for Social Security & Pension Reform
Francis P. Mulvey, Ken Stockbridge, Michael Packard, & Ken Bombara. Our nation’s elderly population is growing dramatically. In 1940, when Social Security first paid benefits it was 7% of the U.S. population; today it is 13%. By 2030, the elderly population will be 20% of the population. This report provides information on demographic & economic trends affecting retirement income, the status of Social Security’s long-term financing problems & proposals to address them, & the extent of pension coverage & retirement saving & how to ensure that Americans can count on them throughout their retirement years. Charts & tables.
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