Social Security and State Pensions – A Concerning Trend for Younger Public Sector Workers


By Marcia Mantell, RMA

When Frances Perkins, Secretary of Labor to President Franklin Roosevelt, put the finishing touches on the architecture for Social Security in 1935, she identified a particular concern: How would this Social Security program be funded? It was not a welfare program funded by general tax revenue. So, where can the money come from to pay retirees basic insurance benefits?

Marcia Mantell

The Valley Voice
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