2011 OASDI Trustees Report

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C. FISCAL YEAR HISTORICAL DATA AND
PROJECTIONS THROUGH 2020
Tables VI.C1, VI.C2, and VI.C3 present detailed operations of the OASI, DI, and the combined OASI and DI Trust Funds, respectively, for fiscal year 2010, the most recent fiscal year for which complete actual information is available. These tables are similar to the calendar year operations tables in section III.A. Please see that section for a description of the various items of income and outgo.
 
Payment for costs of vocational rehabilitation services for disabled beneficiaries
Financial interchange with the Railroad Retirement “Social Security Equivalent
Benefit Account”

a
Between -$0.5 and $0.5 million.

b
Includes: (1) interest on adjustments in the allocation of administrative expenses between the trust fund and the general fund account for the Supplemental Security Income program; (2) interest arising from the revised allocation of administrative expenses among the trust funds; and (3) interest on certain reimbursements to the trust fund.

c
Reimbursements for costs incurred in performing certain legislatively mandated activities not directly related to administering the OASI program.

Note: Totals do not necessarily equal the sums of rounded components.
 
Financial interchange with the Railroad Retirement “Social Security Equivalent
Benefit Account”

a
Between -$0.5 and $0.5 million.

b
Includes: (1) interest on adjustments in the allocation of administrative expenses between the trust fund and the general fund account for the Supplemental Security Income program; (2) interest arising from the revised allocation of administrative expenses among the trust funds; and (3) interest on certain reimbursements to the trust fund.

c
Reimbursements for costs incurred in performing certain legislatively mandated activities not directly related to administering the DI program.

Note: Totals do not necessarily equal the sums of rounded components.
 
Financial interchange with the Railroad Retirement “Social Security Equivalent
Benefit Account”

a
Between -$0.5 and $0.5 million.

b
Includes: (1) interest on adjustments in the allocation of administrative expenses between the trust funds and the general fund account for the Supplemental Security Income program; (2) interest arising from the revised allocation of administrative expenses among the trust funds; and (3) interest on certain reimbursements to the trust funds.

c
Reimbursements for costs incurred in performing certain legislatively mandated activities not directly related to administering the OASI and DI programs.

Note: Totals do not necessarily equal the sums of rounded components.
Tables VI.C4, VI.C5, and VI.C6 present estimates of the operations and status of the OASI, DI, and the combined OASI and DI Trust Funds, respectively, during fiscal years (12 months ending on September 30) 2006-20.
 
Net pay-
roll tax contri-
butions
GF
reim-
burse-
mentsa
Taxa-
tion of
benefits
Net
interest 
Benefit
pay-
ments 
Admin-
istra-
tive costs
RRB
inter-
change
Net
increase
during
year
Amount
at end
of year
Trust
fund
ratio b

a
Includes reimbursements from the General Fund of the Treasury to the OASI Trust Fund for: (1) the cost of noncontributory wage credits for military service before 1957; (2) the cost of benefits to certain uninsured persons who attained age 72 before 1968; (3) the cost of payroll tax credits provided to employees in 1984 and self-employed persons in 1984-89 by Public Law 98-21; (4) the cost in 2009-17 of excluding certain self-employment earnings from SECA taxes under Public Law 110-246; and (5) payroll tax revenue forgone under the provisions of Public Laws 111-147 and 111-312.

b
The “Trust fund ratio” column represents assets at the beginning of a year (which are identical to assets at the end of the prior year shown in the “Amount at end of year” column) as a percentage of cost for the year.

c
Between -$50 million and $50 million.

Note: Totals do not necessarily equal the sums of rounded components.
 
Net pay-
roll tax contri-
butions
GF
reim-
burse-
mentsa
Taxa-
tion of
benefits
Net
interest 
Benefit
pay-
ments 
Admin-
istra-
tive costs
RRB
inter-
change
Net
increase
during
year
Amount
at end
of year
Trust
fund
ratio b

a
Includes reimbursements from the General Fund of the Treasury to the DI Trust Fund for: (1) the cost of noncontributory wage credits for military service before 1957; (2) the cost of payroll tax credits provided to employees in 1984 and self-employed persons in 1984-89 by Public Law 98-21; (3) the cost in 2009-17 of excluding certain self-employment earnings from SECA taxes under Public Law 110-246; and (4) payroll tax revenue forgone under the provisions of Public Laws 111-147 and 111-312.

b
The “Trust fund ratio” column represents assets at the beginning of a year (which are identical to assets at the end of the prior year shown in the “Amount at end of year” column) as a percentage of cost for the year.

c
Less than $50 million.

d
The DI Trust Fund is projected to be exhausted in fiscal years 2018 and 2016 under the intermediate and the high-cost assumptions, respectively. Therefore, certain trust fund operation values from the year of trust fund exhaustion through 2020 are not meaningful under present law and are not shown in this table.

Note: Totals do not necessarily equal the sums of rounded components.
 
Table VI.C6.—Operations of the Combined OASI and DI Trust Funds,
Fiscal Years 2006-20 
Fiscal
year
Net pay-roll tax
contri-
butions
GF
reim-
burse-
mentsa
Taxa-
tion of
benefits
Net
interest 
Benefit
pay-
ments 
Admin-
istra-
tive costs
RRB
inter-
change
Net
increase
during
year
Amount
at end
of year
Trust
fund
ratio b