Issues in Social Security: A Report ... by the Committee's Social Security Technical Staff Established Pursuant to H.Res. 204 ...

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Contents

Section B Calculations underlying the OASI longrange cost
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Notation and definitions
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Basic data and assumptionstheir expression
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Average wages and average number of increment
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to 1938 644
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Prior 1940 widowsSurviving not remarried
225
Mortality rates per 1000 population assumption A
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Insured deaths in thousands
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Insured male deathsMarried with children
228
Insured male deaths without children
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337
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Widows current and aged widow beneficiaries
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Wife beneficiary also insured in own right
233
Widow beneficiary also insured in own right
234
Female primary beneficiaries not eligible for other benefits
235
Children of married deceased fathers
236
Child beneficiariesAdjustments and summary
238
Parent beneficiaries
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BeneficiariesApproximate years increase in force
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Cumulative average wages A and average increment years
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Cumulative average wages of insured married male deaths with children
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Weighted average wages and average increment yearsInsured married male deaths
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Weighting for survival of widow of number average wages A and average increment years I of insured married male deaths
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Factors to adjust for calculating average benefit on the basis of an average wage
249
Average annual benefits in forceMale primary wife lump sum male deaths
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Average annual benefits in forceWidows current and children aged widows
253
Average annual benefits in forceFemale primary lumpsum female deaths
254
Average annual benefits in forceSummary table II of actu arial study No 19
255
Benefit payments and benefits as percent of pay roll table III
256
Reference material on the coverage of military service
257
World War II deathActive cases on death pension rolls June 30 1945 258 Table 54 Age of enlisted men in the service
258
Minimum and maximum benefits provided for death cases under workmens compensation laws by States July 1 1944
259
Monthly survivor payments under workmens compensation programs 194044
260
Estimated recipients aged 65 and over of various types of income or supportJune 30 1945
268
Sources of income on June 30 1945 of persons in the United States aged 65 or over
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Persons in the United States aged 65 or over classified by most significant source of income or support on June 30 1945
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Section B Experience since 1935 in the special types of public
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plans by program 193645
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Amounts of State maximums November 1 1945
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other groups as to improving medical care provided under
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Section G Outline of bills relative to public assistance before
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sation
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Dates of passage of State unemployment compensation laws
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Significant provisions of State unemployment compensation
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Table 5A Significant provisions of State unemployment compensation
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Significant provisions of State unemployment compensation
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Significant provisions of State unemployment compensation
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Minimum sizeoffirm coverage under State unemployment
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Maximum waiting period for benefit year by State
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Summary of principal disqualifications for benefits September
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Distribution of States by method of computing weekly benefit
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Weekly benefit amount for total unemployment and maximum
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Average monthly employment of workers covered by State
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Continued claims received in local offices by State September
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January March 1945 OctoberDecember 1944
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in specified years by average employer tax rate
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Comparison of administrative expenditures and hypothetical
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Tax collections under State unemploymentcompensation laws
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Section E Statistical information on the labor force
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Paid civilian employment in the executive branch of the Federal
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Estimated number of persons engaged in six types of agricultural
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Section F Statistical information on wages
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Indexes of average earnings of factory workers since January
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Selected series of per capita wages and income United States
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Average wage rates paid to hired farm labor 192545
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Se G General statistical information related to unemploy
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Average weekly number of veterans paid readjustment allow
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Number and amount of civilservice refunds by specified
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Section H Additional benefits provisions in original State unem
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II
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Section J Public employment services
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Section K Comparison of a Federal requirement of the lesser
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Maximum potential benefits in a benefit year for five hypo
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State law provisions that may be restrictive of labor
708
General appendixLiving costs
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salaries workers for large cities of the United States
719
Estimated cost of maintenance budget for fourperson manual
725
Weekly basis for estimating food allowances
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Page 24 - In handling, planting, drying, packing, packaging, processing, freezing, grading, storing, or delivering to storage or to market or to a carrier for transportation to market, any agricultural or horticultural commodity; but only if such service is performed as an incident to ordinary farming operations...
Page 432 - Service performed in the employ of a State, or any political subdivision thereof, or any instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing which is wholly owned by one or more States or political subdivisions...
Page 24 - In the employ of the owner or tenant or other .operator of a farm, in connection with the operation, management, conservation, improvement, or maintenance of such farm, and its tools and equipment or in salvaging timber or clearing land of brush and other debris left by a hurricane, if the major part of such service is performed on a farm.
Page 22 - Service performed in any calendar quarter in the employ of a school, college, or university, not exempt from income tax under section 101 of the Internal Revenue Code, if such service is performed by a student who is enrolled and is regularly attending classes at such school, college, or university...
Page 309 - Act; (8) provide that the State agency shall, in determining need, take into consideration any other income and resources...
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Page 365 - State law; and (9) Effective July 1, 1941, the replacement, within a reasonable time, of any moneys received pursuant to section 302 of this title, which, because of any action or contingency, have been lost or have been expended for purposes other than, or in amounts in excess of, those found necessary by the Secretary of Labor for the proper administration of such State law.
Page 420 - Such services do not constitute agricultural labor, however, unless they are performed by an employee of the owner or tenant of the farm on which the materials in their raw or natural state were produced, and unless such processing, packing, packaging, transportation, or marketing is carried on as an incident to ordinary farming operations as distinguished from manufacturing or commercial operations. As used herein the term "farm...
Page 690 - ... (4) (A) In the employ of the operator of a farm in handling, planting, drying, packing, packaging, processing, freezing, grading, storing, or delivering to storage or to market or to a carrier for transportation to market, in its unmanufactured state, any agricultural or horticultural commodity...

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