5/3/06
Social Security and Inheritance: The Dubious Promise of Private Accounts
Revised 5/1/06
Will The Administration Claim the Cost of Fixing Social Security Rose $700 Billion Because Congress Did Not Act Last Year?
4/28/06
Reforming Social Security Sooner Rather Than Later: Fact and Fiction
Revised 8/2/05
Private Accounts Would Substantially Increase Federal Debt and Interest Payments
revised 7/22/05
The Impact of The President's Proposal On Social Security Solvency And The Budget
6/21/05
pdf Prefunding Social Security and the Role of Individual Accounts: Testimony of Jason Furman Before the Social Security Subcommittee of the U.S. House Committee on Ways & Means
6/14/05
pdf The Financial Costs of Individual Accounts: Testimony of Jason Furman Before the Subcommittee on Securities and Investments
6/7/05
Be Careful To Read The Fine Print When Supporters Claim Their Social Security Plans Restore Sustainable Solvency
6/6/05
President Misleads On Social Security Rate Of Return
6/2/05
Would Private Accounts Provide a Higher Rate Of Return Than Social Security?
6/2/05
Does Galveston Offer a Model For Social Security Reform?
5/6/05
White House Distortions Mask Social Security Benefit Reductions
Revised 5/4/05
How Would the President's New Social Security Proposals Affect Middle-Class Workers and Social Security Solvency?
5/2/05
Why the Presidentís Social Security Proposals Could Ultimately Lead to the Unraveling of Social Security
5/2/05
Did The President Mislead On Social Security In His April 29 Press Conference?
Revised 5/2/05
An Analysis of Using "Progressive Price Indexing" To Set Social Security Benefits
4/28/05
Statement by Robert Greenstein on the President's Social Security Press Conference Scheduled for Tonight
3/21/05
An Analysis of Using "Progressive Price Indexing" To Set Social Security Benefits
Revised 2/11/05
President Portrays Social Security Shortfall As Enormous, But His Tax Cuts And Drug Benefit Will Cost At Least Five Times As Much
Revised 2/4/05
How the Individual Accounts In the Presidentís New Plan Would Work: Plan Would Allow Individuals to Mortgage Half of Their Social Security Benefit
2/4/05
New White House Details Show the Proposed Private Accounts Would Worsen Social Security's Finances
2/3/05
White House Press Secretary's Description Of Administration's Private Accounts May Leave Misimpressions
2/3/05
President Tries to Have It Both Ways: Using Misleading Numbers About A Social Security Crisis While Advancing A Plan That Would Make Matters Worse
Revised 2/3/05
An Overview of Issues Raised by the Administration's Social Security Plan
Revised 2/2/05
The Administrationís Misleading $600 Billion Estimate of the Cost of Waiting To Act on Social Security
Revised 1/27/05
So-Called "Price Indexing" Proposal Would Result In Deep Reductions Over Time In Social Security Benefits