Social Security Act


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Social Security Act

U.S. legislation providing for old-age benefits financed by payroll taxes; later expanded to include more extensive coverage. [Am. Hist.: EB, IX: 314]
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[section]402(a) of the Social Security Act permitted the termination of Social Security payments when a recipient was deported for being a member of the Communist Party.
policy objectives of the (1935) Social Security Act revolved around providing economic security for those in an industrial society facing the predictable problems of old age, unemployment, and disability;" (Whiteman, 2001, p.
Hart's suit claims that the Social Security Act and the Louisiana intestate succession statutes violate her constitutional rights to equal protection and privacy.
In 1950, an amendment to the Social Security Act allowed states to enter into voluntary agreements with the Federal Security Administrator (now the Secretary of Health and Human Services).
As required by the Social Security Act (1902(a)(10)(A); Title 42 Code of Federal Regulations [hereafter abbreviated 42 CFR] 435.1-435.170 and 436.1-436.128), State Medicaid programs must cover the following groups of individuals:
MSD had powers under section 11 of the Social Security Act 1964 (as regulated by a Code of Conduct) to collect any information about a person on a benefit in order to assess their entitlements including retrospectively, as in the case with fraud investigations.
In a statement, Dooc expressed gratitude to lawmakers comprising the bicameral conference committee for approving the Social Security Act of 2018.
Dooc, SSS president and chief executive, that violating Republic Act 8282, otherwise known as the Social Security Act of 1997, now has stiffer bail bond requirement following the DOJ Department Circular No.
The ruling will be enforced after amendments are made to the Employees' Social Security Act 1969 (Act 4) and Employment Insurance System Act 2017 (Act 800).
The research team is said to have made some recommendations on various issues including changes to the Social Security Act, and on the economic implications of introducing a national pension fund.
Remaining true to earlier promises, Parvanov signed a decree to return the State and Public Social Security Act for 2012 to the Parliament for new debates.
The passage of the amendments to the Social Security Act (1994) gave the United State federal government a mandate to examine the nation's child welfare service delivery system focusing on safety, permanency, and child well being outcomes.

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