FINANCIAL PLANNING AND DEATH DUE TO SMOKING A LOSS OF SOME PENSION MONEY PENSIONS, SOCIAL SECURITY, SMOKING, AND LIFE EXPECTANCY & WIDOW

1993-00-00

Marginalia; Document outlining the effect smoking has on total social security and pension payments. Determines that because the average life expectancy for a smoker is seven years shorter, companies providing pension and social security save money by hiring smokers because they die earlier and thus do not collect money anymore.

This object is in collection:
Community Health Program Records
Subjects
PM
AMERICAN HEART ASSN
GE
GM
IBM
TEACHERS UNION
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/30905
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