Railroad Retirement Annuity Increase--1972: Hearing, Ninety-second Congress, Second Session, on S. 3852 ... H.R. 15922 ... [and] H.R. 15927 ... August 10, 1972, 11-12. sējumi
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Labor and Public Welfare. Subcommittee on Railroad Retirement
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1972 - 181 lappuses
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38. lappuse - That letter will appear in the record at this point so that all will be able to review it. (The information referred to follows :) EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET WASHINGTON. DC- 20503 I we « H
88. lappuse - S 1589 before the Subcommittee on Railroad Retirement of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, 84th Cong, 1st Sess, 29-30 (1955) (remarks of Lester P.
1. lappuse - Dirksen Senate Office Building, Senator Alan Cranston (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding. Present: Senators Cranston, Riegle, Sanford, D'Amato, Garn, and Pressler.
16. lappuse - Act and without the application of sub paragraph (B) of such paragraph) but has not (at such time) completed the requirements for, or received, a degree from a four-y^ear college or university shall be deemed (for purposes of determining whether his entitlement to an annuity...
2. lappuse - WILLIAMS) introduced the following bill ; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare A BILL To amend the Railroad Retirement Act of 1937 to provide a temporary 20 per centum increase in annuities, and for other purposes.
39. lappuse - US caused it to be enacted. Finally, the convictions which arise from the fact of the postponement are made plain by a report on the bill made to the House of Representatives by the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, wherein it was said (Report No. 7641, dated February 16, 1907, p. 6): "Owing to the probable necessity of changing in some instances division points, entailing the removal of...
57. lappuse - ... 2, 1971, gives the Railroad Retirement Board the authority to determine the percentages to be applied to social security benefits at their present level in order to obtain the dollar amounts of the reductions required to be made from certain railroad retirement annuity increases.
13. lappuse - Act when she attains age 60 or 62, as the case may be, if the individual from whom the spouse's annuity would derive had attained age 60 or 62, as the case may be, and who was married to such...
91. lappuse - The tax bases of the two systems had been tied together in 1965 and Congress gave the 13% Social Security increase to those covered under the 110% guarantee and developed a table increase in benefits for the rest. This produced approximately a 10% benefit rise. This was the only time Congress did not strictly adhere to the flat percentage increase and was done to correct the changes made in the tax bases. While this is but one example of the close inter-relationship between Railroad Retirement and...