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Information on social security and its role in retirement planning. This category is not for sites that promote a business.
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American Academy of Actuaries - Information about retirement planning. Plus information to help you intelligently participate in the debate about the future of Social Security. Center for Retirement Research at Boston College - Research on Social Security and other retirement issues for policymakers and the public. Are you saving enough for retirement? AARP Social Security Center - Retirement planning. Is Social Security really broken? Plus, the truth about "The Notch". Michigan Retirement Research Center - Research and education resource for Social Security, pension, and retirement-related policies. U. S. Railroad Retirement Board - Information for railroad workers, retirees, and their families. The RRB, a federal agency, administers a separate social security system for employees of the railroad industry. Senior Journal - News, information and opinion on Social Security. Social Security Administration - Compute Your Benefit - Social Security benefit estimate program, ANYPIA, for personal computers. Social Security Administration - Your Statement - Information about the annual automatic Social Security statement, an official estimate of future benefits. Social Security Administration - Information in Other Languages - Information about Social Security is available in many languages in addition to English and Spanish. U.S. Senate Special Committee on Aging - The Committee conducts oversight of Social Security. Medicare and Prescription Help - Extra help with prescription drug costs for people who need it most. William M. Mercer: Social Security and Medicare News - Advice booklets and newsletter. Social Security Administration - Official site, with news, trends, budget, publications, and comparison with similar systems in more than 170 countries. Social Security Administration - Section 419(c) of Public Law 108-203 - Social Security Protection Act of 2004 requires government employers to disclose effects of Windfall Elimination Provision and Government Pension Offset to new employees hired for jobs not covered by Social Security.
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