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?
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
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
pdf The Financial Costs of Individual Accounts: Testimony of Jason Furman Before the Subcommittee on Securities and Investments
Be Careful To Read The Fine Print When Supporters Claim Their Social Security Plans Restore Sustainable Solvency
President Misleads On Social Security Rate Of Return
Would Private Accounts Provide a Higher Rate Of Return Than Social Security?
Does Galveston Offer a Model For Social Security Reform?
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?
Why the Presidentís Social Security Proposals Could Ultimately Lead to the Unraveling of Social Security
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
Statement by Robert Greenstein on the President's Social Security Press Conference Scheduled for Tonight
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
New White House Details Show the Proposed Private Accounts Would Worsen Social Security's Finances
White House Press Secretary's Description Of Administration's Private Accounts May Leave Misimpressions
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