"An indispensable and surprisingly entertaining guide" to Social Security — Jane Pauley
A "great book" on Social Security, "and it's funny too!" — Jane Bryant Quinn
"Larry's grasp of the intricacies of this complex system is amazing. Even more amazing is how readable this book is." -- Liz Weston
"I love this book! Seriously! Who could ever guess that reading about Social Security could be this entertaining." -- Beth Kobliner
We’re beginning a series on capitalism in the register of concern: if the ideas are bad all the way down, how can the economy be made good again? Are we finally facing the fact of global slowdown? And where do we go from here? (Kotlikoff discussion begins at 34:30)
Panel presentation and debate with Thomas Piketty at the 15th World Knowledge Forum.
If you experience an insured loss and the insurance company doesn’t pay, you know you’ve been scammed. SIPC’s refusal to pay the legitimate claims of most Madoff victims and all Stanford victims makes this abundantly clear.
Imagine you invest with a broker whose front doors, office plaques, coffee mugs, pencils, brochures, stationery, folders, office signage, and emails all proclaim that your investments are insured by SIPC – Wall Street’s so-called “Securities Investor Protection Corporation.”