Impact of Social Security on the Latino Community
Patricia A. Halliwell and Kathleen H. Wilber
Ethel Percy Andrus Gerontology Center,
University of Southern California
Latinos and Economic Security Research Report, Number 1
May 2006

As the population of the United States grows older and more diverse, the benefits provided by Social Security become increasingly consequential. Although any change to Social Security would affect all of America’s elders, it would have a particularly profound impact on Latinos because, as a group, they tend to have a high life expectancy rate as well as low lifetime earnings.

El impacto del Seguro Social en la comunidad latina

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