The Anatomy of Social Security and Medicare
By Edgar K. Browning
Do todays retirees understand that they would have a pension two, three, or more times larger than their Social Security pension if they had been allowed to invest their FICA taxes in stocks? Despite Social Securitys monumental impact on the lives of ordinary Americans, it is probably the most poorly understood government program.
|Other Independent Review articles by Edgar K. Browning|
|Fall 2002||The Transfer Society:Economic Expenditures on Transfer Activity|
|Summer 1997||The End of Welfare:Fighting Poverty in the Civil Society|