Although policy analysts linked to the libertarian Cato Institute have been making proposals along these lines since the 1980s (Ferrara, 1985), partial privatization proposals have been receiving increased attention by mainstream policy analysts due to proposals by the Advisory Council on Social Security (1997) and President Bush's commission on Social Security (President's Commission to Strengthen Social Security, 2001).
What does ACSS stand for?
ACSS stands for Advisory Council on Social Security
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- Applied Cancer Screening Research Branch (US NIH)
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- Applied Chemometrics and Sampling Research Group
- Advisory Committee on Socially Responsible Investing (Amherst College)
- Assistant Chief of Staff for Resource Management
- Asymptomatic Carotid Stenosis and Risk of Stroke
- African Centre for the Study and Research on Terrorism (African Union)
- Academy of Social Sciences (UK)
- Advanced Cadet Staff Seminar
- Africa Center for Strategic Studies
- African Crop Science Society
- Air Combat and Surveillance System
- Air Crew Survivability System
- Aircraft Sustainment Squadron
- Alarm Central Security Systems
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- American Cheviot Sheep Society
- American College of Spine Surgery
- Analog Computer Subsystem
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I speak for myself, as past chair of the 1994-1996 Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security, and not in my current status as a member of the Federal Reserve Board.
CPI Changes The Advisory Council on Social Security stated that one of Social Security's most important contributions to individual security is maintaining full cost-of-living adjustments.
The 13-member Advisory Council on Social Security, which has advised every president since Franklin Roosevelt, considered three options for Social Security reforms: Maintain the current benefit structure, increasing payroll taxes as necessary to pay retirees; raise payroll taxes by two percentage points and let everyone invest the extra money in IRAs; or establish a two-tiered system that allows even more private investment.
SAFEWAY COMMENTS ON THE HEALTH CARE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE ADVISORY COUNCIL ON SOCIAL SECURITY OAKLAND, Calif.
Deborah also served as chairman of the Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security and Medicare as a presidential appointee by then-President George Bush.
I speak for myself, as past chair of the 1994-96 Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security, and not in my current status as a member of the Federal Reserve Board.
Two of the three plans suggested last week by the Advisory Council on Social Security would remove the guarantee of benefits for all contributors.