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'Family Care' Benefit Could Fix Retiree Pay Gap

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Family caregivers who step out of their jobs would get Social Security credits. So would widows and older workers in low-wage occupations. But safety-net advocates say this sweeping Social Security reform effort is ahead of its time.

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