A Social Security Cut Could Lead to Higher Latino and Black Elder Poverty

Algernon Austin, Director of the Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy Program at the Economic Policy Institute, recently published a blog on the impact of potential Social Security cuts.
“As my colleagues have shown, the “chained” cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security being discussed between President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner is a cut to benefits. The AARP Public Policy Institute’s report, Social Security: A Key Retirement Income Source for Older Minorities, helps us to think about how this cut might affect different racial groups.”
Read the Blog at Working Economics