Social Security reform is at the top of President Bush agenda. And with good reason. In the next decade, two monumental shifts will occur:
So, what happens now? You are invited to get the inside scoop from two of the leading researchers on Social Security reform.
Tom Saving, Public Trustee of Social Security and Medicare, will discuss a new plan to create personal retirement accounts (PRAs). This is the only reform plan so far that:
Estelle James, Consultant to the World Bank, will show how a system of inflation-indexed annuities can replace taxpayer-funded monthly payments as part of Social Security reform.
John C. Goodman, President of National Center for Policy Analysis, will moderate
|The National Center for Policy Analysis is a public policy research institute founded in 1983 and internationally known for its studies on public policy issues. The NCPA is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with an office in Washington, D.C.|