Straight shooting on social security: hearing before the Special Committee on Aging, United States Senate, One Hundred Seventh Congress, first session, Washington, DC, December 10, 2001, Volume 4
U.S. G.P.O., 2002 - Medical - 164 pages
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Opening Statement of Senator John Breaux
Bovbjerg Director Education Workforce and Income Security
Geoffrey Kollman Specialist on Social Legislation Congressional Research
65 or older aging population annuities baby boomers balance benefit reductions bonds Bovbjerg budget surpluses budgetary cash Chairman challenge changes CHAPTER FOUR STRATEGIES Congress Congressional Budget Office costs Crippen current law current Social Security deceased workers demographic Disability Insurance disabled workers earnings effects elderly eligible federal budget federal debt federal government Federal Spending finance government's gross domestic product higher income adequacy investments issue Kollman labor force long-term Mark Sanford Medicaid Medicare million Old-Age and Survivors options payments payroll tax pension percent percentage policymakers poverty rate poverty threshold PRIMER September 2001 private accounts private retirement accounts problem projected raise rate of return receive reducing benefits reform proposals retired workers retirement benefits revenues risk Security trust funds Social Security Administration Social Security benefits Social Security program Social Security reform Social Security system Social Security trust Social Security's solvency spouse STRATEGIES FOR PREPARING system of private Treasury securities