Sec. 201. Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund and federal disability insurance trust fund

Sec. 202. Old-age and survivors insurance benefit payments

Sec. 203. Reduction of insurance benefits

Sec. 204. Overpayments and underpayments

Sec. 205. Evidence, procedure, and certification for payment

Sec. 206. Representation of claimants

Sec. 207. Assignment

Sec. 208. Penalties

Sec. 209. Definition of wages

Sec. 210. Definition of employment

Sec. 211. Self-employment

Sec. 212. Crediting of self-employment income to calendar years

Sec. 213. Quarter and quarter of coverage

Sec. 214. Insured status for purposes of old-age and survivors insurance benefits

Sec. 215. Computation of primary insurance amount

Sec. 216. Other definitions

Sec. 217. Benefits in case of veterans

Sec. 218. Voluntary agreements for coverage of State and local employees

Sec. 218A. Voluntary agreements for coverage of Indian tribal council members

[Sec. 219. Repealed.]

Sec. 220. Disability provisions inapplicable if benefit rights impaired

Sec. 221. Disability determinations

Sec. 222. Rehabilitation services

Sec. 223. Disability insurance benefit payments

Sec. 224. Reduction of benefits based on disability

Sec. 225. Additional rules relating to benefits based on disability

Sec. 226. Entitlement to hospital insurance benefits

Sec. 226A. Special provisions relating to coverage under medicare program for end stage renal disease

Sec. 227. Transitional insured status

Sec. 228. Benefits at age 72 for certain uninsured individuals

Sec. 229. Benefits in case of members of the uniformed services

Sec. 230. Adjustment of the contribution and benefit base

Sec. 231. Benefits in case of certain individuals interned during World War II

Sec. 232. Processing of tax data

Sec. 233. International agreements

Sec. 234. Demonstration project authority

[1]  Title II of the Social Security Act is administered by the Social Security Administration. Title II appears in the United States Code as §§401-433, subchapter II, chapter 7, Title 42.

Regulations relating to Title II are contained in chapter III, Title 20, Code of Federal Regulations.

See Vol. II, 31 U.S.C. 3720 and 3720A with respect to collection of payments due to Federal agencies; and §3803(c)(2)(C) with respect to benefits not affected by P.L. 100-383.

See Vol. II, P.L. 88-352, §601, for prohibition against discrimination in Federally assisted programs.

See Vol. II, P.L. 94-566, §503, with respect to preservation of medicaid eligibility for individuals who cease to be eligible for supplemental security income benefits on account of cost-of-living increases in social security benefits.

See Vol. II, P.L. 95-608, §§201-204, with respect to Indian child and family programs.

See Vol. II, P.L. 98-21, §101(e), with respect to the effect of amendments made by that law on benefits under the Federal Retirement System.

See Vol. II, P.L. 99-177, §255, with respect to exemption of certain benefits from budget reductions.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-204, §724(d), with respect to furnishing information to the United States Commission on Improving the Effectiveness of the United Nations; and §725(b), with respect to the detailing of Government personnel.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-235, §§5-8, with respect to responsibilities of each Federal agency for computer systems security and privacy.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-383, §§105(f)(2) and 206(d)(2), with respect to exclusion from income and resources of certain payments to certain individuals.

See Vol. II, P.L. 100-690, §5301(a)(1)(C) and (d)(1)(B), with respect to benefits of drug traffickers and possessors.

See Vol. II, P.L. 101-508, §§13301 and 13302, with respect to OASDI Trust Funds.

See Vol. II, P.L. 104-193, §435, with respect to qualifying quarters for aliens.

See Vol. II, P.L. 106-170, §302, with respect to demonstration projects providing for reductions in disability insurance benefits based on earnings.

See Vol. II, P.L. 114–74, §826, with respect to electronic reporting of earnings of disability beneficiaries.

[2] This table of contents does not appear in the law.