Report to the Social Security Advisory Board.
- Physical Description: 1 online resource (volumes) : illustrations
- Publisher: [Washington, D.C.] : Social Security Advisory Board, 1999-
"A group of actuaries, economists, demographers and other experts were asked to provide independent review of the demographic and economic assumptions and methods used in the Trustees' long-range projections of the status of the OASDI Trust Funds"--Technical Panels of the Board home page.
"The panel's charter added to its traditional role a charge to look specifically at wage inequality, disability prevalence, structural changes due to the Great Recession, and improving presentation of certain issues in the Trustees Report"--Technical Panels of the Board home page.
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Description based on: 1999; title from title screen (viewed June 15, 2016).
Latest issue consulted: 2016 (viewed June 15, 2016).
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