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Uncharted Waters: Paying Benefits from Individual Accounts in Federal Retirement Policy


 

This Social Security Report identifies key questions about payouts from private accounts at retirement, divorce, disability and death. The Report, produced by the National Academy of Social Insurance (NASI) and with funding from The Actuarial Foundation, Ford Foundation, TIAA-CREF, and Foundation for Child Development, addresses how people might be able to tap the funds and a number of other design issues that need to be addressed if individual accounts are added to Social Security.

Uncharted Waters: Paying Benefits from Individual Accounts in Federal Retirement Policy (pdf) (study panel introduction and summary)

Uncharted Waters: Paying Benefits from Individual Accounts in Federal Retirement Policy (study panel final report) (pdf)

Uncharted Waters: Paying Benefits from Individual Accounts in Federal Retirement Policy (pdf) (order form)