Social Security: Reports by Date
Beneficiaries of Proposed Social Security-Related Tax Cut Have Significant Wealth -- Their Average Net Worth Exceeds $1 Million, While Their Median Net Worth is $600,000
Robert Greenstein and Diane Whitmore
Voluntary Individual Accounts for Social Security: What Are the Costs?
Impact of 2 Percent Individual Accounts on Social Security Solvency
All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The Feldstein-Liebman Analysis of Reforming Social Security with Individual Accounts
Peter Orszag and Jonathan M. Orszag
What the Trustees' Report Indicates about the Financial Status of Social Security
00-048, $3 .00
Is a New Annual Report on Social Security Necessary?
Wendell Primus and Kilolo Kijakazi
00-042, $ 3.00
Improvements Needed in The Asset Test For The Supplemental Security Income Program
Options for Reducing Poverty Among Elderly Women by Improving Supplemental Security Income
Kilolo Kijakazi and Wendell Primus
Testimony of Robert Greenstein on Social Security Earnings Test
Congressional Actions Would Not Avoid A Non-Social Security Deficit in 2000 But Social Security Would Not Be Raided or Harmed
Truth in Budgeting: Is Congress Really Avoiding A Non-Social Security Deficit in 2000?
Last Minute "Technical" Change Turns Herger-Shaw Lock-Box Bill into Measure That Increases the Risk of Recession: House Members Vote for Bill with No Information About the Last-Minute Change
Issues Related to the Herger-Shaw Social Security "Lock-Box" Legislation
Testimony of Kilolo Kijakazi on Social Security's Treatment of People of Color and Women
Archer-Shaw Social Security Proposal
Social Security and Poverty Among the Elderly: A National and State Perspective
Press Release, 4pp., Summary, 10pp., Report, 57pp.
Understanding the Financial Status of the Social Security System in Light of the 1999 Trustees' Report
Wendell Primus' Testimony on Social Security
Without Reductions in Discretionary Programs, There Would Be Little Budget Surplus Outside Social Security: In Effect, Tax Cut Proposals are Financed by Cutting Discretionary Programs
The Republican Budget Proposals
The Lock-Box Proposal and the Economy
Administrative Costs in Individual Accounts in the United Kingdom
Press release, 3pp, Summary, 2pp, Report, 14pp.-report (PDF)
Individual Accounts and Social Security: Does Social Security Really Provide a Lower Rate of Return?
Wendell Primus' Testimony on Tax Cuts
Social Security Testimony of Wendell Primus
Should a Portion of Social Security Benefits Be Invested in Equities?
Testimony of Kilolo Kijakazi on Social Security's Protections ForAfrican Americans
Social Security Testimony of Robert Greenstein
The Feldstein Social Security Plan
Social Security Plans That Reduce Social Security Retirement Benefits Substantially Are Likely to Cut Disability and Survivors Benefits as Well
African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Social Security: The Shortcomings of the Heritage Foundation Reports
Rev., October 1998
How Would Various Social Security Reform Plans Affect Social Security Benefits? An Analysis of the Congressional Research Service Report
Understanding the Financing Status of the Social Security System in Light of the 1998 Trustees' Report
Strengths of the Safety Net: How the EITC, Social Security, and Other Government Programs Affect Poverty
Would Using the Budget Surplus for Tax Cuts or Entitlement Expansions Affect Long-Term Social Security Solvency?