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Does Social Security Discriminate Against Women?

The American Academy of Actuaries recently testified before the Senate on the issue of women and Social Security, in a hearing called “Is a Key Foundation of Economic Security Working for Women?” It’s an interesting question for which there’s no easy answer. On one hand, the law as written is gender-neutral, providing workers and their spouses benefits based on their work history without regard to their gender. On the other hand, women’s direct benefits are generally lower than men’s, due to a variety of factors, including that women often spend more years outside the labor force to care for children….Read More


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