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Posted 10-30-2012 at 09:45 PM by Mircea Comments 0
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And now the OASI Trust Fund.

This is actually the combined OASDI Trust Funds. Yes, the DI Trust Fund will be history (shortly) but they'll just combine both functions for payment purposes (and that's one of the things that will cause the trust fund to fail faster).

You are at $515 Billion for the year through...

Posted 10-30-2012 at 09:36 PM by Mircea Comments 0
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This is almost as good as shopping at IGA.

I got my guitar out and played Redemption Song so I'm all better now.

Under the High-Cost Assumptions, the fail date is 2nd/3rd Quarter 2018 and 3rd/4th Quarter under your average GDP growth rate of 2.89%.

Taxes collected stand at $172 Billion including October's estimate and that gives you 2 months to find $35 Billion somewhere

Posted 10-22-2012 at 07:11 PM by Mircea Comments 1
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Hopefully this is fixed. I could have sworn I had them as attachments. Anyway, the graphs were there, and then they weren't. I don't know what that means. I guess I'll have to have someone come over and cast out demons from my laptop or something.

Okay, I have to apologize because it took me way longer than a few days to get his together.

The problem was the data was FUBAR. I'm looking through the Tables and other data (in addition to the annual trustee report there's long-range

Posted 10-16-2012 at 07:02 AM by Mircea Comments 0
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Okay, the CPI-W came in at 228.184 for September.


That would be less than the 229 I was guestimating, in part because of this...

Electricity -1.5

...so electric rates in the
US declined (we're just not sure where that actually happened). It stacks up like this....

225.568 July

227.056 August

228.184 September
680.808 Total...

Posted 09-24-2012 at 08:46 AM by Mircea Comments 0
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Once again, it's COLA Time. The concerns those people who are receiving OASI/OADI benefits or perhaps you who know someone receiving benefits.

It's also important to those who are caring for aging parents or other family members, and may [also] be responsible for their finances.

And let's not forget those people who are engaging in Elder Abuse, because, you know, they'll want to know if they have more money to spend.

COLA -- the Cost-of-Living Adjustment --...
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