Our social security system: how can we make it sound, solvent, and successful?
International Foundation of Employee Benefit Plans, 1977 - Political Science - 94 pages
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The Financial Condition of the Social Security System
Social Security and the Economy
Salient Problems of the Social Security System
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actuarial amount assumptions average beneficiaries benefit formula benefit levels billion birth rate budget cash benefits changes Congress Consumer Price Index cost Cotter coverage deficit disability insurance disabled worker disincentive dollar economic economist effect of Social eligible employees federal future going higher Hsiao impairment increase indexing individual equity inflation insurance programs INTERGENERATIONAL EQUITY issue labor force long run Medicare ment moral hazard Munnell OASDI offset overindexing Palmer payments payroll tax rates person population private transfers problem proposal question raised Ranson ratio real benefit method real wages receive redistribution reduce relative income method replacement rates result retirement age retirement benefits retirement test revenue financing rity Secu Sherwin Rosen social adequacy Social Security Administration Social Security benefits Social Security program Social Security system Social Security taxes spouse taxable payroll taxable wage tion trial work period trust funds unemployment wage base Worker retiring