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  • Social Security
    "replacement ratios" or "benefit ratios" (ratio of Primary Insurance Amount to earnings in the year of retirement) ... - the government doesn't "do it all".) "_ The primary reason for my qualification is that these benefits ...

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    • Authors: A Haeworth Robertson, Gerald G Toy, Benjamin R Whiteley
    • Date: Jun 1978
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Social Insurance>Social Security
  • Investment Implications Of An Aging Population
    professors and put the money into extended and chronic care. Unfortunately, it is not going to work quite that ... shares of the cost of Canada's universal medical care programs, which are preponderantly for the benefit ...

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    • Authors: Robert Brown, Barry S Halpern, A Haeworth Robertson, James R Swenson, David S Williams
    • Date: May 1984
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Economics>Financial markets; Finance & Investments>Investments
  • Social Security Funding
    current levels. The AIME is then applied to a Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) formula of three 151 ... it was ass_ed that after the year 2000 medical care unit cost increases would be equal to average wage ...

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    • Authors: Donald D Cody, Robert J Myers, A Haeworth Robertson
    • Date: Apr 1978
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Public Policy; Social Insurance>Social Security
  • Social Security
    1977 Act. Look at what this would do, using the Primary Insurance Amount (PIA) at sixty-five for the 95th ... how benefits for family members relate to the primary benefit. Observers have offered rationales for ...

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    • Authors: Robert F Link, Alicia H Munnell, A Haeworth Robertson
    • Date: May 1978
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Social Insurance>Social Security
  • Futurism and Demographic Trends
    indispensable. A good example of this is in the "health care" evaluation area, which I understand has a number ... disability, or old age. It is my opinion that a care- ful study of Social Security and all of these plans ...

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    • Authors: Anna M Rappaport, A Haeworth Robertson, Roy R Anderson, Bernard R Ritterbush
    • Date: Oct 1978
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge; Technical Skills & Analytical Problem Solving
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Demography>Population data
  • Social Security and Medicare - What Does the Future Hold?
    also get insurance protection. I call it a medical care annuity. The value of the hospital insurance (HI) ... the supplementary medical insurance (SMI) medical care annuity is $822 a month. That’s 40% of the total ...

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    • Authors: A Haeworth Robertson, Bruce Schobel
    • Date: May 1997
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Social Insurance
  • Social Security
    il was as_.umed that a[ler the year 2000 medical care unil COStincreases would be equal to average wage ... they are averaged to be used in calculating the primary insurance amount (PIA). Both _3uld _ir_plify the ...

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    • Authors: William C Hsiao, A Haeworth Robertson, Roy R Anderson
    • Date: Oct 1976
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Social Insurance>Social Security
  • Social Security Cost Trends
    equivalent, from a long-range cost standpoint, you don't care much when people retire. It doesn't affect the ... difficult to predict, as they depend on future health care costs and the way medical and hospital practices ...

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    • Authors: Francisco Bayo, Stephen Goss, Alicia H Munnell, Robert J Myers, A Haeworth Robertson, Howard Young
    • Date: Oct 1986
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Modeling & Statistical Methods>Forecasting; Social Insurance>Social Security
  • Social Security: Future Financial Viability
    unemployment insurance, health insurance, complete health care, and so forth). From this point on, I will cease ... sufficient medical care. Specifically, hospitals may not have adequate nursing care, or they may discharge ...

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    • Authors: Robert J Myers, Fiona Liston, A Haeworth Robertson, William David Smith
    • Date: Apr 1986
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Social Insurance>Social Security
  • Are Pension Plans Meeting Anyone's Needs?
    has, or whether the individual citizens can take care of themselves. By and large, there are people who ... job, with current cash income. They do not really care what kind of retirement benefits are attached. They ...

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    • Authors: Preston C Bassett, Andrea Feshbach, Paul H Jackson, A Haeworth Robertson
    • Date: Oct 1981
    • Competency: External Forces & Industry Knowledge
    • Publication Name: Record of the Society of Actuaries
    • Topics: Pensions & Retirement>Plan design