Social Security Rates of Return with "Progressive Indexation"
This paper calculated rates of return for wage earners corresponding to Social Security Administration's definition of low-, medium-, high- and maximum-earners. It finds that the "progressive indexation" proposal endorsed by President Bush would reduce the rate of returns that most workers would receive from Social Security, even with private accounts.
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