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American aircraft, defined, 65, 343

American employer, defined, 66, 344
Abolition of offices, reorganization, 416
Actuarial reduction of women's benefits, American vessel, defined, 65, 343, 376

American Samoa. (See Samoa.)
31
Additional deductions, 42, 246

Annual earnings test, 42
Adjustment of benefits on over- or un- Annual report of earnings, 45
derpayments, 48

Annuities as wages, 58, 336, 370
Adjustment of taxes :

Application for benefits (see also spe-
employment taxes, 385

cific benefit) :
State deposits in Trust Fund, 111 presumed filing, 35
Adopted child's eligibility for benefits,

survivors of veterans or service-
90

men, 31, 452
Advisory Council for Social Security Appropriations:
Financing, 209

aid to blind, 157
Age 50, 205

aid to crippled children, 138
Age 62, 31, 89

aid to dependent children, 129
Age 65, 17, 89

aid to permanently and totally dis-
Age 72, 47

abled, 171
Agent-drivers, 67

child welfare services, 135
Agent's liability under unemployment employment security, 148
law, 377

maternal and child health services,
Agricultural Act of 1949, as amended,

135
text, 417

old-age assistance, 1
Agricultural employment defined, 420 Approval of State aid plans :
Agricultural labor :

aged, 2
Act of August 11, 1939, 434

blind individuals, 157, 187
casual labor, 59

crippled children, 139
crew leader, 71, 353

dependent children, 129
definition, 66, 375

maternal and child welfare, 136
foreign workers, 60, 417

permanently and totally disabled,
quarters of coverage, 77

171
salvage or clearing land, 343 Approval of State unemployment laws,
services constituting, 66, 343, 375 366
share farmers, 65, 71, 325, 341 Arizona Teachers' Retirement System,
wages paid, 59, 337

191
Aid to blind, 157-161

Armed forces. (See Servicemen.)
Aid to crippled children, 138–140

Armed services, civilian employees, 61,
Aid to dependent children, 129–133

338
Aid to permanently and totally disabled, Assignment of benefits, 56, 453

171-175
Aircraft employment, 60, 249, 338

Attainment of age 50, 205
Alien nonpayment provisions, 36

Attainment of age 62, 31, 89
Aliens, deportable, 454

Attainment of age 65, 17
Allied armed forces, service in, 101

Attainment of age 72, 47
Amendments to Social Security Act: Attorney:
1939 (Title IX), 185

claimant's representative, 56
1946, 185

self-employed, 255
1950, 185–187

Average monthly wage (see also Com-
1952, 187–190

putations):
1954, 190-204

benefit formula, 82
1956, 204-213

computation, 82
1957, 213-215

conversion table, 80
1958, 215–221

definition, 82, 240, 256, 268
1959, 221

drop-out, 82, 207
1960, 221–223

fractions of a dollar, 84

Average monthly wage-Continued Burial benefits for veterans, 445
recomputations, 85–88

Burial expenses, payment, 26, 265
special starting and closing dates,
208

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wages not counted, 84, 258, 269

Calendar quarter, defined, 77

California, certain employees in, 223
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Capital gains nd losses, self-employ-
Banks, national, 368

ment, 72, 325
Beneficiary:

Carrier, defined, 359
earnings, effect on benefits, 40-44 Casual labor, 59, 234, 337, 371
fails to report deduction event, 44 Central file, aliens' records, 458
report of earnings, 45

Certificates of waiver (election):
Benefits:

ministers, etc., 329
adjustment for age (women), 31-35 nonprofit organizations, 346
aliens outside the U.S., 36-38

failure to file, 202
application for, 17–31, 452

Certification, benefit payments, 54
assignment of, 56, 453

Charging excess earnings to months,
attachment, exemption from, 56, 453 42-44
certification for payment, 54 Charitable organizations. (See Non-
child's, 19, 265

profit organizations.)
computation, 80–85

Child :
correlation of payments, 426

benefits paid to, 19, 265
deaths before 9/50, 199

increase in, 229
deceased veterans, 96-101

definition, 90
deductions. (See Deductions from dependent child, defined, 133
benefits.)

disabled, 19, 204
disability insurance benefits (see welfare services, 141-144

also Disability insurance bene- Children's Bureau, 411
fits), 122

Chiropractors, 255
disabled children, 19

Christian Science practitioners, 76
husband's, 18, 200

waiver certificates, 329
joint payment, 54

Citizen of Puerto Rico, defined, 297, 407
lump-sum death payments, 26, 235 Civil Air Patrol, 480
lump-sum payments under 1935 Civil Service Retirement Act, 433
law, 185, 247

Civilian employees of:
maximum, 38, 244

armed forces, 61, 338
minimum, 30, 204

National Guard, 102, 190
mother's insurance benefits, 24 Claim for benefits. (See Application
old age insurance benefits, 17, 31 for benefits.)
overpayments, 48

Clergymen. (See Ministers.)
parent's insurance benefits, 25

Closing date, 190, 195, 299
procedure for payment, 48

Coal mining, Act of August 13, 1940,
Railroad Retirement Act, 29, 54

431-433
recomputation, 85, 192, 258

Coast and Geodetic Survey, 70, 352
reduction of:

Commission-drivers, 67, 342
disability cases, 283
maximum involved, 38, 244

Commissioner of Social Security, 145,

416
women age 62 to 64, 31-35
rounding of, 89, 190

Commodity Stabilization Service com-
simultaneous entitlement to, 29, 266

mittees, 338
suspension :

Communist organizations, 65, 341
aliens outside U.S., 36–38

Communist party membership, federal
based on disability, 125

employees, 476
no child in care, 41

Community income, self-employment,
work provision, 40 44

72, 325
terminated on deportation, 30 Company, defined, 359
terminated on treason conviction, Compensation, defined, 54, 358, 374

Compensation for veterans, 446
Trust Funds, payment from, 17

Computation date, defined, 365
underpayment, 48

Computations:
veterans', 96–101, 269, 435–454

average monthly wage. (See Aver-
widower's, 22, 200

age monthly wage.)
widow's, 21

closing date, 190, 195, 299
Blind, aid to, 157-161

conversion table, 80–81, 257
Blindness as disability, 93

drop-out, 82, 207
Bonneville Power Administrator, 368, excluded wages and income, 84,
376

258, 269

38

Computations—Continued

Deductions from benefits-Continued
fractional part of dollar, 84

penalty deductions, 42, 246
maximum benefits, 84

refusal to accept rehabilitation
methods applicable, 80–85

services, 120
primary insurance amount (see when not required, 47, 266

also Primary amount), 80 Deductions of tax from wages, 354
primary insurance benefit, 83, 240 Deemed marriage, 91
special starting and closing date, | Definitions. (See specific terms in this
208, 299

index.)
starting date, 299

Dentists, 255
Constructive payments, taxes deducted, Department of Health, Education &
354, 376

Welfare, Creation of, 415
Contributions, defined, 374

Dependent children, aid to, 129–133
Conversion table, 80–81, 257

Deportation of primary beneficiary, 30
Cooperative services prior to 1951, 186 Deposits in Trust Fund, 111
Coordination of grant-in-aid programs, Disability, defined, 93, 124
412

Disability insurance benefits:
Corporations:

applications for, 123
defined, 396

female beneficiary, 36
officer as employee, 67, 342, 374

individual attaining age 50, 205
Correlation of payment, RRA-SSA, 426 insured status required, 124, 232
Coverage (see also Employment):

offset, 283
exclusions from, 60–65, 248–253, vocational rehabilitation, 120, 271
371-373

waiting period, 124
included-excluded rule, 65, 342, 373 Disability, period of:
quarter of, 77

crediting quarters of coverage, 77
Coverage group, defined, 102

defined, 93
Covered transportation service, 345 determination of, 119, 271
Creation of Department of Health, Ed-

excluded in computation, 82
ucation and Welfare, 415

impairment of benefit rights, 119
Credit unions, Federal employment, 61, Disability, trial work period, 121
338

Disclosure of information, 164
Credit unions in District of Columbia, District of Columbia Credit Unions, 335
335

Dividends, 72, 325
Crediting of:

Doctors, 75, 329

Domestic service:
compensation, railroad, 54
earnings to calendar quarters, 76

computation of wages, 344
quarters of coverage before 1951,

coverage and wages, 59, 336
226

Driver-agents, 67, 342
railroad service under SSA, 426

Drop-out provisions, 82, 207
wages paid in 1937, 78
Crew leader, 71, 353
Crippled children, aid to, 138–140 Earnings (see also Wages & Self-em-
Currently insured individual, 79, 241 ployment income) :

charging of, work after retirement,
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42-44

records, 48, 378
Death before 1940, 226

Educational organizations. (See Non-
Death before 9/50 cases, 199

profit organizations.)
Deceased veterans, 96-101

Election of coverage :
Deceased wage earner, recomputation, foreign subsidiaries of American
85-88

employers, 349
Decisions of Secretary, 48

ministers, etc., 329
Declaration of purpose, public assist- nonprofit organizations, 346
ance, 212

state and local employees, 104
Deductions from benefits:

Employee:
additional, 42, 246

defined, 67, 102, 355, 374
annual earnings test, 42–44

receipt for withheld tax, 379
annual report of earnings, 45

failure to furnish, 393, 394
charging earnings to months, 42-44 Employee representative, defined, 356
deemed, based on State agreement, Employer :
191

American, defined, 66, 344
dependents', 41, 245

contributions to employee benefit
failure to have child in care, 41, plans, 58, 336, 370
245, 266

defined, 355, 369
general, 40-44

failure to file tax return, 392
more than one event occurs, 42

tax on payroll, 334

Employment (see also specific occupa- Family employment, 61, 250, 337, 371
tion) :

Family status, determination, 91
agent-drivers, 67, 342

Farm, defined, 67, 375
agricultural. (See Agricultural | Federal credit unions, 61, 338
labor.)

Federal Disability Insurance Trust
aircraft employment, 60, 234, 337 Fund, 12
casual labor, 59, 234, 337, 371 Federal employment:
civilian employee of armed serv-

conviction of certain crimes, 476
ices, 61, 338

coverage by Social Security, 55
commission drivers, 67, 342

definition of "federal service”, 176
Communist organizations, 65, 341

determinations as to wages, etc.,
defined, 60, 234, 237, 337, 371

353
domestic service. (See Domestic excepted from coverage, 61, 338, 372
service.)

retirement systems, 201
excluded services, 60–65, 248–253,

tax on payrolls, 353
371-373

unemployment compensation tax,
family members, 61, 250, 337, 371

408
federal. (See Federal employ-

Federal Home Loan Banks, 61, 338
ment.)

Federal Insurance Contributions Act,
foreign agricultural workers, 60,

text, 333–354
417-420

Federal Old-Age and Survivors Insur-
foreign government, for, 64, 341,

ance Trust Fund, 12, 262
372

Federal Security Administrator, 331,

333
homeworkers, 67, 342
included and excluded services, Federal Unemployment Tax Act, text,

359-377
65, 342, 373
international organizations, 65, 342,

Fiduciaries, liability for unemploy-
372

ment tax, 377
interstate employees, 112

Firemen, 115
maritime, 408

Foreign agricultural workers, 60, 417–

420
newsboys, 64, 341, 373
not in course of employer's busi- Foreign government employees, 64, 341,

372
ness, 59, 234, 337, 371

Foreign subsidiaries of domestic cor-
public transportation system em-

porations, 349
ployees, 68, 345

Former wife divorced, defined, 90
salesmen, 67, 342

$4,800 limitation on taxable earnings,
State and local. (See State and
local government employment.) Fractions of a cent, taxes, 384

58, 74, 328, 335
students. (See Student employ- Fractions of a dollar, computing bene-
ment.)

fits, 84
Employment offices, U.S., 483
Employment security, miscellaneous Fringe benefits, 58, 336, 370

Fraud (see also Penalties), 393, 394
provisions, 148-156

Fully insured individual, defined, 79,
Entitlement to benefits (see also spe-

268
cific benefit), 17-29

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Equitable entitlement to lump-sum

death payment, 26, 265
Erroneous payments of unemployment Garnishment, benefits, exempt, 56, 453

Good cause, failure to file reports, 47
tax, 377

Government employment. (See Fed-
Espionage and similar crimes, 38, 461-

eral employment.)
466

Grants to States:
Estimate of revenue reduction, 354

aid to blind, 157–161
Exemption from tax (see also Non-

aid to dependent children, 129-133
profit organizations), 316

aid to permanently and totally dis-

abled, 171-175
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coordination of programs, 412
Failure to:

crippled children, 138-140
file returns, 392

maternal and child welfare, 135–137
file waiver certificate by tax-ex- old-age assistance, 1-8
empt employer, 202

research projects, 167
furnish withholding statements to training welfare personnel, 146
employees, 393, 394

unemployment compensation, 126
pay contributions (State and local Guam :
employment), 112

aid to dependent children, 130
False returns, 388

government as employer, 383, 385
Family benefits, maximum, 80–81

government employees, 387

53

Guam-Continued

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program extended to, 224
tax collections, 395

Joint payment of benefits, 54
tax returns for government em- Judicial review of Secretary's decisions,

ployees, 354
Guaranteed employment account, de-

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fined, 365

Korean conflict veteran, defined, 450
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Health services, maternal and child, Lawyer. (See Attorney.)
135-137

Levy, benefits exempt from, 56, 453
Hearings, 48-52

Life insurance salesmen, 67, 342
time limit on requesting, 208

Limitation periods :
Home Loan Banks, Federal, 61, 338

assessment & collection of employ-
Homeworkers, 59, 67, 336, 342

ment tax, 388-390
Hospitalization :

claims for tax refund or credit, 389
defined, 163

Local governments. (See State & local
expenses, as wages, 58, 336, 370

government employment.)
Household employment, 59, 336, 344 Lump-sum death payments, 26, 235
Hurricane salvage, 434

death before September 1950, 185
Husband, defined, 91

extension of filing period for, 31
Husband's insurance benefits, 18

Lump-sum payments under 1935 law,
extension of filing period, 228

185, 247
proof of support, 200

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Magazine vendors and distributors, 64,
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341, 373
Immigration & Nationality Act, 454-458

Mail franking privileges, U.S.E.S.,
Included and excluded service, 65, 342, Maine, teachers in, 219

485
373
Incompetents, benefit payments, 54

Marital status, determination of, 91

Maritime employment, 60, 337, 343, 368,
Independent contractors, 374

434
Indians, Navajo & Hopi, 482

Maternal and child health services,
Instrumentalities of the United States,

135-137
61, 338, 367

Maximum benefits, 38, 244
when not tax exempt, 335

Maximum earnings in year, 58, 74, 328,
Insurance payments, as wages, 58, 336,

335
370

Maximum family benefits, table, 80
Insurance salesmen, 67, 342

Medical care:
Insured status:

aid to blind, 161
currently insured, 79, 241

aid to dependent children, 133
disability, 124, 232

aid to permanently and totally dis-
fully insured, 79, 268

abled, 175
Interest, as self-employment income, 72,

crippled children, 140
325

maternal and child welfare, 137
Interest on taxes, 391

old-age assistance, 7
Internal Revenue Code of 1939 (ex- Medical expenses, as wages, 58, 336, 370
cerpts), 399

Merchant seamen. (See Seamen.)
Internal Revenue Code of 1954 (ex- Mexican agricultural workers, 419
cerpts), 311-398

Military service, 96-101, 352
Internal Security Act, 459-460

Minimum benefits, 30, 204
International organizations, 64, 253, Mining of coal, Act of August 13, 1940,
341, 373

431-433
International Organizations Immuni- Ministers :
ties Act, 460_461

election of coverage, 329–332
Internes, 64, 341, 373

time extension, 221
Interstate commerce, unemployment employment, excluded, 63, 340
tax, 367

trade or business, 75, 329
Interstate instrumentalities, employ- Mississippi teachers, 223
ment, 112

Months to which earnings are charged,
Investigations, witnesses, 52

42
Investment of Trust Funds:

Mother's insurance benefits, 24
Federal OASI & Disability Trust failure to have child in care, 41
Funds, 12

Municipal employees. (See State & lo-
Unemployment Trust Fund, 154 cal government employment.)

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