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 Collection: Congressional Research Service Reports
A Comparison of Benefits Earned Under Social Security and Civil Service Retirement
This report provides a brief side-by-side comparison of Civil Service Retirement and Social Security benefits. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs8802/
Universal Social Security Coverage: Extending Mandatory Coverage
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Social Security Financing
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Social Security Student Benefits
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Social Security: Alien Beneficiaries
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Social Security Benefits for Prisoners
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Social Security: Reexamining Eligibility for Disability Benefits
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Cash and Non-Cash Benefits for Persons with Limited Income: Eligibility Rules, Recipient and Expenditure Data, FY1981-83
This report summarizes basic eligibility rules, as of May 1984, for more than 70 cash and non-cash programs that benefit primarily persons of limited income. It also gives funding formulas, benefit levels, and, for fiscal years 1981-1983, recipient numbers and expenditure data for each program. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metacrs9041/
Social Security: The Cost-of-Living Adjustment (COLA) in January 1988
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Social Security: How is it Treated in Determining the Federal Budget?
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Summary of Major Changes in the Social Security Cash Benefits Program: 1935-1996
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Social Security: Recommendations of the 1994-1996 Advisory Council on Social Security
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Social Security Financing Reform: Lessons from the 1983 Amendments
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Social Security Reform: How Much of a Role Could Private Retirement Accounts Play?
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Ideas for Privatizing Social Security
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Social Security Taxes: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security: Brief Facts and Statistics
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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Social Security: The Relationship of Taxes and Benefits for Past, Present, and Future Retirees
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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/
Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
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Social Security Taxes: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security: Summary of Major Changes in the Cash Benefits Program
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Social Security: Raising the Retirement Age Background and Issues
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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: Taxation of Benefits
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Social Security's Treatment Under the Federal Budget: A Summary
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform: Bills in the 106th Congress
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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, Saving, and the Economy
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The Financial Outlook for Social Security and Medicare
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security and Medicare "Lock Boxes"
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Social Security Benefits Are Not Paid for the Month of Death: A Fact Sheet
Social security benefits are not paid for the month in which a recipient dies. Legislation is routinely introduced that would either pay the full amount of the benefits for the month of death or pro-rate the benefits based on the proportion of the month that the recipient was alive. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc26031/
Social Security's Treatment Under the Federal Budget: A Summary
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Major Decisions in the House and Senate on Social Security: 1935-2000
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Social Security and Medicare "Lock Boxes"
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Social Security Taxes: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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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: The Cost-of-Living Adjustment in January 2002
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Social Security: Report of the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security
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Social Security: Coverage of Household Workers - A Fact Sheet
On October 22, 1994, President Clinton signed legislation (P.L. 103-387) that changes social security coverage of household workers. The new law changed the threshold to a yearly amount and raised it (to $1,000 in 1994, indexed thereafter to average wage growth-it became $1,100 in 1998, 1,200 in 2000, and 1,300 in 2001). It remains at $1,300 in 2002. In addition, the new law exempted most domestic workers under age 18, and provided that Social Security and unemployment taxes will be reported on the employer's annual federal tax return. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc26035/
Social Security: Proposed Changes to the Earnings Test
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Social Security: Raising or Eliminating the Taxable Earnings Base
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Social Security and Medicare Taxes and Premiums: Fact Sheet
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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
The treatment of Social Security in the federal budget is often confusing. In legislation enacted in 1983, 1985, and 1990, Social Security was excluded from official budget calculations and largely exempted it from congressional procedures for controlling budget revenues and expenditures. However, because Social Security represents more than a fifth of federal revenues and expenditures, it often is included in summaries of the government's financial flows, or what is referred to as the "unified" budget. digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc26075/
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