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

1993-00-00

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  • 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.
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