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Social Security: Taxation of Benefits
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security: Taxation of Benefits
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Social Security Reform: Economic Issues
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Social Security Reform
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Social Security: The Trust Fund
This report covers how the Social Security program is financed and how the Social Security trust fund works.
Social Security Reform: Legal Analysis of Social Security Benefit Entitlement Issues
This report addresses selected legal issues which may be raised regarding entitlement to Social Security benefits as Congress considers possible changes to the Social Security program, and in view of projected long-range shortfalls in the Social Security Trust Funds.
Social Security Administration: Administrative Budget Issues
The Social Security Administration (SSA) administers the Social Security program (Old-Age, Survivors and Disability Insurance, or OASDI) and the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program, and provides administrative support to Medicare and several other federal programs. Total SSA spending in FY2006 was about $597 billion, 98% of which was mandatory spending on benefit payments. This report focuses on SSA’s spending for administrative expenses, which is discretionary and amounts to 2% of SSA’s total spending. This funding is provided in the Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies appropriations bill.
Social Security: Where Do Surplus Taxes Go and How Are They Used?
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Social Security Benefits for Noncitizens: Current Policy and Legislation
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Social Security Financing Reform: Lessons from the 1983 Amendments
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Social Security Reform: Effect on Benefits and the Federal Budget of Plans Proposed by the President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security
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Social Security and the Federal Budget: What Does Social Security's Being "Off Budget" Mean?
This report discusses social security and its place in the federal budget. As a result of a series of laws enacted in 1983, 1985 and 1990, Social Security is considered to be "off budget" for federal budget purposes. While the meaning of this might seem obvious--that Social Security is not to be considered as part of the federal budget--many people are confused by the continued use of aggregate budget figures that include Social Security's receipts and expenditures.
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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Mexican Workers in the United States: A Comparison with Workers from Social Security Totalization Countries
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Social Security: The Public Servant Retirement Protection Act (H.R. 4391/S. 2455)
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Individual Accounts: What Rate of Return Would They Earn?
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Social Security: The Government Pension Offset (GPO)
This report discusses the social security benefits and the spousal benefits of individuals who are not financially dependent on their spouses because they receive benefits based on their own work records.
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) and Medicare: The 24-Month Waiting Period for SSDI Beneficiaries Under Age 65
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Social Security: The Lump-Sum Death Benefit
This report provides a brief description of the Lump-Sum Death Benefit and discusses the number of benefit payments and total spending.
Social Security: What Would Happen if the Trust Funds Ran Out?
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