Millennials can’t pay for boomer health care without productivity gains
August 25, 2016
Globe & Mail | August 24, 2016
As a generation, millennials are facing a double squeeze. This double squeeze has millennials with almost stagnant incomes facing ever-increasing taxes to pay for aging boomers’ care. At some point, millennial taxpayers will not be willing to accept this burden. So what do we do? In short, we need to improve productivity of the economy at large, and of the health-care system in particular. Read more.