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GAO Report: Implications of Different Indexing Choices for Social Security Reform
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Sept. 15, 2006
74 pages. "Given the recent attention focused on indexing, this report examines [1] the current use of indexing in the Social Security program and how reform proposals might modify that use, [2] the experiences of other developed nations that have modified indexing, [3] the effects of modifying the indexing on the distribution of benefits, and [4] the key considerations associated with modifying the indexing." [GAO-06-804, Sept. 14, 2006]

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