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 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
Social Security Benefits for Noncitizens: Current Policy and Legislation
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Social Security Reform: How Much of a Role Could Personal Retirement Accounts Play?
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Social Security Reform: How Much of a Role Could Private Retirement Accounts Play?
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Social Security: Brief Facts and Statistics
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Social Security and Medicare Taxes and Premiums: Fact Sheet
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Social Security and Medicare Taxes and Premiums: Fact Sheet
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Summary of Major Changes in the Social Security Cash Benefits Program: 1935-1996
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Social Security Taxes: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security Taxes: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security Taxes: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security: Raising the Retirement Age Background and Issues
The Social Security “full retirement age” — the age at which retired workers, aged spouses, or surviving aged spouses receive benefits that are not reduced for “early” retirement — will gradually rise from 65 to 67 beginning with people who attain age 62 in 2000 (i.e., those born in 1938). Early retirement benefits will still be available beginning at age 62 (age 60 for aged widows and widowers), but at lower levels. This report discusses bills introduced in the last four Congresses that would, among other things, accelerate the phase-in of the increase in the full retirement age to 67, raise the early retirement age to 65 or 67, and raise the full retirement age to 69 or 70. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs1299/
Social Security: Raising the Retirement Age Background and Issues
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Social Security: The Cost-of-Living Adjustment in January 2002
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Social Security: The Cost-of-Living Adjustment in January 2003
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Social Security: The Relationship of Taxes and Benefits for Past, Present, and Future Retirees
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Social Security's Treatment Under the Federal Budget: A Summary
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Social Security's Treatment Under the Federal Budget: A Summary
This report discusses the treatment of Social Security in the federal budget, which has become a major fiscal policy issue. Congressional views about what to do with budget surpluses are diverse—ranging from buying down the outstanding federal debt to cutting taxes to increasing spending. However, support for the proposition of “protecting” Social Security surpluses is substantial. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs1300/
Social Security's Treatment Under the Federal Budget: A Summary
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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Current Social Security Issues
Social Security is the focus of intense public interest. Projected long-range funding problems, public skepticism about its future, and a growing perception that Social Security will not be as good a value for future retirees as it is today are fueling calls for reform. This report, updated regularly, discusses a number of the major Social Security issues currently drawing congressional attention. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs779/
Ideas for Privatizing Social Security
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Social Security: Raising or Eliminating the Taxable Earnings Base
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Social Security: Raising or Eliminating the Taxable Earnings Base
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Social Security Financing Reform: Lessons from the 1983 Amendments
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Social Security: Recommendations of the 1994-1996 Advisory Council on Social Security
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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Social Security: Proposed Changes to the Earnings Test
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Social Security: Proposed Changes to the Earnings Test
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Social Security: Proposed Changes to the Earnings Test
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Social Security: Proposed Changes to the Earnings Test
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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