Income, Poverty and Financial Fragility of Elderly Latinos
Sung-Chang Chun, Wei Sun, Hyunjin DeborahKwak

Usingthe 1990 and 2000 Census Decennial data, the 2003 American Community Survey (ACS), and March 2005 Current Population Survey (CPS), this researchexamines the economic status of Latinos age 65 and older, compared to non-Latino White and Black population in the same age range. In general, the study found that the Latino elderly population is faring worse than its White counterpart and close to the Black elderly populationin terms of retirement income security.

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