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The Disparate Effects of Social Security Reductions contributor Vance Cariaga, in a post today on their website, takes a look at what potential Social Security benefit cuts would mean for women. Using average benefit calculations as a basis for discussion, Cariaga notes that an across-the-board cut would produce a larger impact on women as a result of the earnings histories used to determine benefits, with the difference further impacted by the tendency of women to retire earlier than men. He concludes with the observation that setbacks in the full retirement age would also widen the benefits gap between men and women. Read his post here.

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