Subscribe (Free) to
Daily or Weekly Newsletters
Post a Job

Featured Jobs

Client Relationship Manager

Wespath Benefits and Investments
(Remote / Glenview IL)

Wespath Benefits and Investments logo

Senior Consultant

(Remote / Putnam Valley NY)

Pentegra logo

Employee Benefits Associate

Trucker Huss, A Professional Corporation
(Remote / San Francisco CA / Los Angeles CA)

Trucker Huss, A Professional Corporation logo

Plan Administration Manager

(Fort Worth TX)

FranFund logo

401(k) Plan Administrator

Abacus Retirement Solutions, LLC
(Remote / Albuquerque NM)

Abacus Retirement Solutions, LLC logo

Retirement Plan Administrator

Carpenter Morse Group Inc.

Carpenter Morse Group Inc. logo

View More Employee Benefits Jobs

Free Newsletters

“BenefitsLink continues to be the most valuable resource we have at the firm.”

-- An attorney subscriber

Mobile App image LinkedIn icon
Twitter icon
Facebook icon

<< Previous news item   |   Next news item >>

Fixing Social Security: Changes Need to Be Made, but Choices Aren't Hard Nor Measures Painful (PDF)
Robert M. Ball via The Century FoundationLink to more items from this source
May 9, 2005
7 pages. Excerpt: There is no good reason to 'reform' Social Security. Social Security has not failed. What is needed are some relatively small changes that are desirable in any event and that would improve the fairness and efficiency of Social Security, while at the same time improving its financing. Diverting Social Security funds into private accounts as proposed by the president only makes basic retirement benefits uncertain and the program more difficult to finance.

Please click here to report this link if it is broken (for example, if you see a "404 File Not Found" error message after you click on the link above).
An important word about authorship: BenefitsLink® is providing a hypertext link to the item shown above, but is not the author of the item (unless otherwise specified).
© 2022, Inc.