Social Security Reform: Implications for Latino Retirees

Research Report
Social Security
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by Patricia A. Halliwell, Zachary Gassoumis, and Kathleen H. Wilber
Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center, University of Southern California

Social Security has substantially improved the economic well-being of millions of Americans, and Latinos are particularly reliant on the program. Unfortunately, the impending retirement of the baby boom generation threatens the long-term viability of Social Security and may weaken the protection that the program offers to elderly Latinos. A number of proposals for reform are currently being debated. This report describes and analyzes these proposals and examines the impact that they will have on Latino retirees as a whole.

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