Social Security: Reports by Date

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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
9/13/00
3pp.

Voluntary Individual Accounts for Social Security: What Are the Costs?
Peter Orszag
5/15/00
13pp.

Impact of 2 Percent Individual Accounts on Social Security Solvency
Peter Orszag
Revised 5/15/00
3pp.

All That Glitters Is Not Gold: The Feldstein-Liebman Analysis of Reforming Social Security with Individual Accounts
Peter Orszag and Jonathan M. Orszag
4/26/00
17pp.

What the Trustees' Report Indicates about the Financial Status of Social Security
Robert Greenstein
3/30/00
4pp.
00-048, $3 .00

Is a New Annual Report on Social Security Necessary?
Wendell Primus and Kilolo Kijakazi
3/20/00
4pp.
00-042, $ 3.00

Improvements Needed in The Asset Test For The Supplemental Security Income Program
Kilolo Kijakazi
3/10/00
3pp.

Options for Reducing Poverty Among Elderly Women by Improving Supplemental Security Income
Kilolo Kijakazi and Wendell Primus
1/27/00
12pp.

Testimony of Robert Greenstein on Social Security Earnings Test
2/15/00. 4pp.

Congressional Actions Would Not Avoid A Non-Social Security Deficit in 2000 But Social Security Would Not Be Raided or Harmed
11/1/99
6pp.

Truth in Budgeting: Is Congress Really Avoiding A Non-Social Security Deficit in 2000?
Revised 9/27/99
5pp.

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
6/11/99
11pp.
99-000

Issues Related to the Herger-Shaw Social Security "Lock-Box" Legislation
5/24/99
4pp.
99-000

Testimony of Kilolo Kijakazi on Social Security's Treatment of People of Color and Women
Kilolo Kijakazi
5/4/99
42K-HTML,49K-PDF, 12pp.

Archer-Shaw Social Security Proposal
4/28/99
6pp.
99-000

Social Security and Poverty Among the Elderly: A National and State Perspective
4/8/99.
Press Release, 4pp., Summary, 10pp., Report, 57pp.
99-000

Understanding the Financial Status of the Social Security System in Light of the 1999 Trustees' Report
3/30/99
3pp.
99-000

Wendell Primus' Testimony on Social Security
3/25/99
10pp.

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
3/23/99
4pp.
99-000

The Republican Budget Proposals
3/19/99
15pp.
99-000

The Lock-Box Proposal and the Economy
3/18/99
8pp.
99-000

Administrative Costs in Individual Accounts in the United Kingdom
3/16/99
Press release, 3pp, Summary, 2pp, Report, 14pp.-report (PDF)
99-000

Individual Accounts and Social Security: Does Social Security Really Provide a Lower Rate of Return?
3/9/99
99-000

Wendell Primus' Testimony on Tax Cuts
3/4/99
7pp.

Social Security Testimony of Wendell Primus
3/1/99
13pp.

Should a Portion of Social Security Benefits Be Invested in Equities?
2/23/99
15pp.
99-000

Testimony of Kilolo Kijakazi on Social Security's Protections ForAfrican Americans
Kilolo Kijakazi
2/10/99
26K-HTML,34K-PDF, 8pp.

Social Security Testimony of Robert Greenstein
2/9/99
6pp.
99-000

The Feldstein Social Security Plan
12/16/98
18pp.
98-000

Social Security Plans That Reduce Social Security Retirement Benefits Substantially Are Likely to Cut Disability and Survivors Benefits as Well
12/15/98
20pp
98-000

African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Social Security: The Shortcomings of the Heritage Foundation Reports
Rev., October 1998
35pp.
98-000

How Would Various Social Security Reform Plans Affect Social Security Benefits? An Analysis of the Congressional Research Service Report
September 1998
16pp.
98-000

Understanding the Financing Status of the Social Security System in Light of the 1998 Trustees' Report
April 1998
6 pp
98-037, $5.00

Strengths of the Safety Net: How the EITC, Social Security, and Other Government Programs Affect Poverty
March 1998
80 pp.
98-020, $10.00

Would Using the Budget Surplus for Tax Cuts or Entitlement Expansions Affect Long-Term Social Security Solvency?
March 1998
17pp.
98-026, $4.00
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