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Testimony of American Academy of Actuaries at Senate Finance Committee Hearing on Social Security: Is a Key Foundation of Economic Security Working for Women? (PDF)
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Dec. 9, 2014
"[This testimony discusses] women and Social Security in four sections: [1] Gender-related factors that can cause differences in the adequacy of retirement benefits between men and women. [2] Principles upon which Social Security was built that provide a framework for discussing changes to Social Security and how the changes impact women. [3] An example of how Social Security's spousal benefit is currently impacting women. [4] A discussion of individual changes that have been considered for Social Security reform and how those changes might impact women because of the different gender-related factors."

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