The committee heard testimony from administration officials and policy analysts on how Social Security, pensions, personal savings, and earnings will meet the retirement needs of Americans beginning in 2008.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Kenneth Apfel Commissioner Social Security Administration
- Rudolph G. Penner Senior Fellow (Former) Urban Institute, The
- Kenneth Porter Spokesman Employee Retir. Income Secur. Act Cmte.
- Robert E. Rubin Secretary Department of the Treasury
- Sylvester Schieber Member (Former) President's Advis. Cncl. on Social Sec.
- Lawrence H. Summers Deputy Secretary Department of the Treasury
- Paul Yakoboski Senior Research Associate Encore Media Systems
- William V. Roth Jr. U.S. Senator [R] Delaware
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