Wednesday, October 29, 2003

General Accounting Office (GAO) says proposed U.S.-Mexico Social Security "totalization" agreement needs more study

The agreement, which would eliminate dual social security taxes and fill gaps in benefits for people who work in the two countries during their careers, had been on fast track

Conservative think tank The Heritage Foundation believes the agreement could benefit both nations if system were privatized

Read the GAO's Congressional report and testimony

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