A brief overview of Social Security Goals for Social Security reform Social Security's long-term deficit A three-part plan to shore up Social Security Strengthening Social Security's effectiveness as social insurance Implications for benefits and revenue Individual accounts Questions and answers about our balanced reform plan Conclusions Appendixes: A. Social Security and national saving B. Trends in retirement age C. How the legacy debt arose: A simplified example D. Characteristics of tax-favored defined-contribution plans E. Should the trust fund invest in the stock market? F. Comparisons with models 2 and 3 of the President's Commission G. Memorandum from the Office of the Chief Actuary H. Long-term analysis of the Diamond-Orszag Social Security plan.
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Print version: Diamond, Peter A. Saving Social security : a balanced approach. Washington, District of Columbia : Brookings Institution Press,  xxvi, 294 pages ; 23 cm