## Summary Measures and Graphs

__Description of Proposed Provision__:

A9: For single/head-of-household/married-filing-separate taxpayers with modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) below $108,700 and for joint filers with MAGI below $217,400 for December 2025 ($85,000 and $170,000 multiplied by estimated CPI-U for 2018-2025), use the chain-weighted version of the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (C-CPI-U) to calculate the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), beginning with the December 2025 COLA. For those beneficiaries whose MAGI is above these thresholds, provide no COLA. Use prior tax year income data for this determination. Use the chain-weighted CPI for the COLA for years prior to benefit receipt. Index the eligibility income threshold amounts to the CPI-U after December 2025.

__Description of Proposed Provision__:

A9: For single/head-of-household/married-filing-separate taxpayers with modified adjusted gross income (MAGI) below $108,700 and for joint filers with MAGI below $217,400 for December 2025 ($85,000 and $170,000 multiplied by estimated CPI-U for 2018-2025), use the chain-weighted version of the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers (C-CPI-U) to calculate the cost-of-living adjustment (COLA), beginning with the December 2025 COLA. For those beneficiaries whose MAGI is above these thresholds, provide no COLA. Use prior tax year income data for this determination. Use the chain-weighted CPI for the COLA for years prior to benefit receipt. Index the eligibility income threshold amounts to the CPI-U after December 2025.

*Estimates based on the intermediate assumptions of the 2023 Trustees Report*

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Current law [percent of payroll] |
Change from current law [percent of payroll] |
Shortfall eliminated | |||||

Long-range actuarial balance |
Annual balance in 75th year |
Long-range actuarial balance |
Annual balance in 75th year |
Long-range actuarial balance |
Annual balance in 75th year |
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-3.61 | -4.35 | 1.31 | 2.21 | 36% | 51% |