Proposals to Modifv the Taxation of Social Security Benefits: Options and Distributional Effects

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This article presents simulation estimates of the income-distributional effects in 1994 of several proposals to modify the taxation of Social Security benefits under the Federal personal income tax. Under the benefit-taxation provisions that have been in effect since 1984, up to 50 percent of benefits are included in taxable income for taxpayers with… (More)

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@inproceedings{Pattison2000ProposalsTM, title={Proposals to Modifv the Taxation of Social Security Benefits: Options and Distributional Effects}, author={David A Pattison and David E. Harrington}, year={2000} }