Social Security Relaxes Earnings Rules for Seniors
- Bill aims to keep senior citizens in business. O'Sullivan, Jeannie // Inside Tucson Business;03/06/2000, Vol. 9 Issue 50, p19
Reports on United States Representative Jim Kolbe's support for a bill that would allow seniors to remain in the work force without losing any of the benefits they have earned throughout their careers. Proposed abolition of the earnings limit for seniors who receive Social Security; Industrial...
- Financial Gerontology. Timmermann, Sandra // Journal of Financial Service Professionals;Sep2000, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p34
Reports on the implications of the law that allows Social Security recipients to earn as much money as they like without giving up any of their benefits. Forecast of rise in the number of mature workers; Statistics contrary to expectations; Data profile from the National Academy on Aging...
- Social Security Earnings Limit Repealed. // Practical Accountant;May2000, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p28
Explains House Resolution 5 which was signed into law by President Bill Clinton, the Senior Citizens Freedom to Work Act of 2000. Provision of eliminating the Social Security retirement earnings test for seniors who attain retirement age; Removal of work disincentives that existed for seniors...
- Higher benefits for working retirees. Kirwank, Roberta // Money;Jun2000, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p177
Discusses the repeal of the Social Security earnings limit by the United States Congress in April 2000. How the limit cut certain recipients' benefits; Age group that gets no relief under the law; How the law has changed workers that are 65 through 69 years of age; Why the law does not affect...
- Switzerland: High Replacement Rates and Generous Subsistence as a Barrier to Work in Old Age. B�tler, Monika // Geneva Papers on Risk & Insurance - Issues & Practice;Oct2009, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p561
During the last decade the traditionally high participation rate of elderly workers in Switzerland has remained constant for men and has increased substantially for women. Low social security implicit tax rates epitomize positive work incentives for mid- and high-income individuals, while at the...
- The Effect of the Senior Citizens' Freedom to Work Act of 2000 on Employer-Provided Pension and Medical Plans. Baum, Charles L.; Hannah, Richard L.; Ford, William F. // Benefits Quarterly;2002 Second Quarter, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p65
On April 7, 2000 President Clinton signed the Senior Citizens' Freedom to Work Act. The act reduces the Social Security retirement benefit penalties previously imposed on 65- though 69-year-old workers who earned more than nominal incomes after enrolling in the program. This article analyzes...
- ON SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS: Congress lifts earning ceiling. // FoodService Director;04/15/2000, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p26
Reports the impact of the separate legislation on national minimum wage approved by the United States Congress to the labor market in the United States. Effect of the legislation to the employment of aged; Status of the Social Security benefits of senior citizens.
- Law lifts senior earnings threshold. // National Petroleum News;May96, Vol. 88 Issue 5, p7
Focuses on a law signed by US President Bill Clinton that raises the amount of money senior citizens could earn without forfeiting Social Security benefits. Convenience store industry's support for the law; Provisions.
- Older workers benefit protection act passed. Murphy, B.S.; Barlow, W. // Personnel Journal;Dec90, Vol. 69 Issue 12, p13
Reports that on October 16th, President George Bush signed the Older Workers Benefit Protection act (S1511). Details of the legislation; Impact.