CATEGORY: RETIREMENT AGE CHANGES
PROPOSAL:Increase the EEA from 62 and the FRA from 67: At a rate of 1 month every 2 years starting in 2017 (EEA) and 2023 (FRA)
Start date: 2017  End date: not applicable  Proposed by: Social Security Advisory Board

Projected effects on beneficiaries in 2050

Table 1. Individual benefit changes, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Scheduled
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic All Beneficiaries Affected Beneficiaries
Median Percent Change Percent With Median Percent Change Percent With
Lower Benefits Higher Benefits Lower Benefits Higher Benefits
Total 0% 49% 21% -2% 70% 30%
Sex
Female 0% 47% 21% -2% 69% 31%
Male -1% 51% 20% -3% 72% 28%
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 0% 48% 23% -3% 67% 33%
White 0% 49% 20% -2% 71% 29%
Black 0% 46% 21% -2% 69% 31%
Other -1% 55% 17% -3% 76% 24%
Country of Birth
U.S. 0% 47% 21% -2% 69% 31%
Foreign -1% 53% 20% -3% 73% 27%
Age
60-69 -1% 51% 23% -5% 69% 31%
70-79 -2% 60% 21% -3% 74% 26%
80-89 0% 46% 20% -1% 70% 30%
90+ 0% 4% 12% 23% 77%
Marital Status
Married -1% 52% 22% -3% 70% 30%
Divorced -1% 50% 22% -2% 69% 31%
Widowed 0% 38% 12% -2% 76% 24%
Never Married 0% 49% 23% -3% 68% 32%
Education
Graduate -1% 57% 14% -3% 80% 20%
Bachelor -1% 55% 17% -3% 77% 23%
Associate 0% 47% 22% -2% 68% 32%
High School 0% 44% 23% -2% 65% 35%
Less than 12 Yrs 0% 44% 26% -2% 63% 37%
Official Poverty
Above poverty 0% 49% 20% -2% 71% 29%
In poverty 0% 28% 42% 40% 60%
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ -1% 58% 16% -3% 78% 22%
$103,985 - $200,444 -1% 55% 17% -3% 76% 24%
$60,527 - $103,985 -1% 50% 20% -3% 71% 29%
$33,157 - $60,527 0% 43% 22% -2% 66% 34%
$0-$33,157 0% 38% 27% -1% 58% 42%
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker -1% 54% 23%
Widow(er) 0% 37% 10%
Spouse 0% 42% 33%
Disabled worker 0% 0% 0%
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Note: — = sample size is too small.
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 1. Individual benefit changes, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Payable
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic All Beneficiaries Affected Beneficiaries
Median Percent Change Percent With Median Percent Change Percent With
Lower Benefits Higher Benefits Lower Benefits Higher Benefits
Total 2% 98% 3% 97%
Sex
Female 2% 98% 4% 96%
Male 2% 98% 3% 97%
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 3% 97% 4% 96%
White 2% 98% 3% 97%
Black 2% 98% 3% 97%
Other 2% 98% 2% 98%
Country of Birth
U.S. 2% 98% 3% 97%
Foreign 2% 98% 3% 97%
Age
60-69 8% 92% 10% 89%
70-79 0% 100% 0% 100%
80-89 0% 100% 0% 100%
90+ 0% 100% 0% 100%
Marital Status
Married 2% 98% 3% 97%
Divorced 3% 97% 5% 95%
Widowed 1% 99% 2% 98%
Never Married 1% 99% 1% 99%
Education
Graduate 2% 98% 3% 97%
Bachelor 2% 98% 2% 98%
Associate 2% 98% 3% 97%
High School 2% 98% 4% 96%
Less than 12 Yrs 3% 97% 5% 95%
Official Poverty
Above poverty 2% 98% 3% 97%
In poverty 3% 97% 4% 96%
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 2% 98% 3% 97%
$103,985 - $200,444 3% 97% 4% 96%
$60,527 - $103,985 2% 98% 3% 97%
$33,157 - $60,527 2% 98% 3% 97%
$0-$33,157 2% 98% 3% 97%
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 2% 98%
Widow(er) 2% 98%
Spouse 3% 97%
Disabled worker 0% 100%
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Note: — = sample size is too small.
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 2. Household income changes, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Scheduled
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic All Beneficiaries Affected Beneficiaries
Median Percent Change Percent With Median Percent Change Percent With
Lower Income Higher Income Lower Income Higher Income
Total 0% 31% 13% 0% 42% 17%
Sex
Female 0% 31% 12% 0% 43% 17%
Male 0% 31% 14% 0% 40% 17%
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 0% 34% 15% 0% 44% 19%
White 0% 29% 12% 0% 40% 16%
Black 0% 32% 16% 0% 45% 23%
Other 0% 31% 9% 0% 41% 11%
Country of Birth
U.S. 0% 30% 14% 0% 41% 18%
Foreign 0% 34% 11% 0% 43% 14%
Age
60-69 0% 41% 15% -1% 52% 19%
70-79 0% 38% 13% 0% 44% 15%
80-89 0% 18% 13% 0% 26% 18%
90+ 0% 2% 6% 0% 8% 33%
Marital Status
Married 0% 32% 12% 0% 38% 13%
Divorced 0% 33% 16% 0% 46% 23%
Widowed 0% 22% 8% 0% 44% 16%
Never Married 0% 33% 18% 0% 46% 25%
Education
Graduate 0% 27% 7% 0% 36% 9%
Bachelor 0% 31% 9% 0% 41% 12%
Associate 0% 31% 15% 0% 42% 19%
High School 0% 31% 16% 0% 43% 21%
Less than 12 Yrs 0% 34% 17% 0% 44% 22%
Official Poverty
Above poverty 0% 31% 12% 0% 42% 16%
In poverty 0% 23% 36% 32% 50%
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 0% 10% 1% 0% 13% 1%
$103,985 - $200,444 0% 31% 6% 0% 41% 8%
$60,527 - $103,985 0% 38% 13% -1% 50% 16%
$33,157 - $60,527 0% 38% 20% -1% 54% 27%
$0-$33,157 0% 35% 26% -1% 53% 38%
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 0% 33% 15%
Widow(er) 0% 24% 6%
Spouse 0% 32% 13%
Disabled worker 0% 7% 4%
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Note: — = sample size is too small.
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 2. Household income changes, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Payable
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic All Beneficiaries Affected Beneficiaries
Median Percent Change Percent With Median Percent Change Percent With
Lower Income Higher Income Lower Income Higher Income
Total 2% 94% 3% 93%
Sex
Female 2% 94% 3% 93%
Male 3% 93% 3% 92%
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 3% 93% 4% 92%
White 2% 94% 3% 93%
Black 2% 95% 3% 94%
Other 2% 92% 2% 91%
Country of Birth
U.S. 2% 94% 3% 93%
Foreign 2% 92% 3% 91%
Age
60-69 7% 87% 9% 84%
70-79 1% 97% 1% 97%
80-89 0% 97% 0% 96%
90+ 0% 94% 0% 94%
Marital Status
Married 3% 93% 3% 93%
Divorced 3% 93% 5% 92%
Widowed 1% 95% 2% 94%
Never Married 1% 94% 1% 94%
Education
Graduate 2% 92% 2% 92%
Bachelor 1% 94% 2% 93%
Associate 2% 95% 3% 94%
High School 3% 94% 4% 93%
Less than 12 Yrs 4% 91% 5% 89%
Official Poverty
Above poverty 2% 94% 3% 93%
In poverty 8% 80% 8% 79%
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 1% 84% 1% 85%
$103,985 - $200,444 3% 95% 4% 94%
$60,527 - $103,985 3% 97% 3% 96%
$33,157 - $60,527 3% 97% 4% 96%
$0-$33,157 3% 95% 4% 94%
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 3% 94%
Widow(er) 2% 95%
Spouse 3% 92%
Disabled worker 3% 94%
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Note: — = sample size is too small.
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 3. Poverty, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Scheduled
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic Poverty Rate Population Change (thousands)
Scheduled Option Change
Total 3.4% 3.6%
Sex
Female 4.1% 4.4%
Male 2.5% 2.7%
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 4.8% 5.0%
White 2.3% 2.6%
Black 6.5% 6.6%
Other 4.0% 4.2%
Country of Birth
U.S. 2.7% 2.9%
Foreign 5.8% 5.9%
Age
60-69 4.0% 5.0%
70-79 3.1% 3.1% 0.0% -10
80-89 3.2% 3.0% -0.2% -37
90+ 2.9% 2.9% 0.0% -2
Marital Status
Married 1.2% 1.3%
Divorced 5.2% 6.0%
Widowed 3.9% 4.1%
Never Married 8.9% 8.7% -0.2% -25
Education
Graduate 1.3% 1.3%
Bachelor 1.4% 1.5%
Associate 2.5% 2.8%
High School 4.8% 5.1%
Less than 12 Yrs 8.5% 8.9%
Official Poverty
Above poverty 0.0% 0.4%
In poverty 100.0% 94.4% -5.6% -164
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 0.1% 0.1% 0.0%
$103,985 - $200,444 0.1% 0.1% 0.0%
$60,527 - $103,985 0.2% 0.2%
$33,157 - $60,527 0.4% 0.8%
$0-$33,157 16.2% 16.7%
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 3.3% 3.5%
Widow(er) 3.1% 3.7%
Spouse 3.3% 3.5%
Disabled worker 5.5% 5.7%
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 3. Poverty, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Payable
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic Poverty Rate Population Change (thousands)
Payable Option Change
Total 6.8% 3.6% -3.2% -2,807
Sex
Female 8.1% 4.4% -3.7% -1,723
Male 5.4% 2.7% -2.7% -1,084
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 9.2% 5.0% -4.2% -664
White 5.1% 2.6% -2.5% -1,348
Black 12.8% 6.6% -6.2% -578
Other 7.3% 4.2% -3.0% -216
Country of Birth
U.S. 6.0% 2.9% -3.1% -2,072
Foreign 9.7% 5.9% -3.7% -735
Age
60-69 7.6% 5.0% -2.6% -652
70-79 6.6% 3.1% -3.5% -1,124
80-89 6.6% 3.0% -3.6% -790
90+ 6.0% 2.9% -3.1% -240
Marital Status
Married 2.3% 1.3% -1.0% -425
Divorced 11.0% 6.0% -5.1% -842
Widowed 8.6% 4.1% -4.5% -696
Never Married 16.9% 8.7% -8.2% -842
Education
Graduate 2.1% 1.3% -0.8% -85
Bachelor 2.9% 1.5% -1.4% -280
Associate 5.9% 2.8% -3.1% -601
High School 9.6% 5.1% -4.6% -1,289
Less than 12 Yrs 15.9% 8.9% -7.0% -550
Official Poverty
Above poverty 3.6% 0.4% -3.2% -2,642
In poverty 100.0% 94.4% -5.6% -164
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 0.2% 0.1% 0.0% -1
$103,985 - $200,444 0.2% 0.1% -0.1% -13
$60,527 - $103,985 0.5% 0.2% -0.2% -38
$33,157 - $60,527 1.2% 0.8% -0.4% -67
$0-$33,157 32.3% 16.7% -15.6% -2,687
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 6.3% 3.5% -2.9% -1,841
Widow(er) 8.1% 3.7% -4.5% -559
Spouse 6.9% 3.5% -3.4% -193
Disabled worker 11.5% 5.7% -5.8% -213
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 4. Beneficiary characteristics, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Scheduled
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic All beneficiaries Affected beneficiaries Beneficiaries with lower benefits Beneficiaries with higher benefits
Number (thousands) Percent Number (thousands) Percent Number (thousands) Percent Number (thousands) Percent
Total 86,401 100.0 59,860 100.0 42,079 100.0 17,782 100.0
Sex
Female 46,018 53.3 31,424 52.5 21,632 51.4 9,792 55.1
Male 40,383 46.7 28,436 47.5 20,446 48.6 7,990 44.9
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 15,783 18.3 11,202 18.7 7,544 17.9 3,658 20.6
White 54,151 62.7 37,175 62.1 26,268 62.4 10,906 61.3
Black 9,347 10.8 6,322 10.6 4,341 10.3 1,981 11.1
Other 7,120 8.2 5,161 8.6 3,925 9.3 1,237 7.0
Country of Birth
U.S. 66,774 77.3 45,606 76.2 31,655 75.2 13,951 78.5
Foreign 19,628 22.7 14,255 23.8 10,424 24.8 3,831 21.5
Age
60-69 24,669 28.6 18,229 30.5 12,552 29.8 5,677 31.9
70-79 32,047 37.1 26,137 43.7 19,257 45.8 6,880 38.7
80-89 21,891 25.3 14,306 23.9 9,997 23.8 4,309 24.2
90+ 7,795 9.0 1,189 2.0 273 0.6 916 5.2
Marital Status
Married 44,193 51.1 32,822 54.8 22,925 54.5 9,896 55.7
Divorced 16,545 19.1 11,953 20.0 8,306 19.7 3,647 20.5
Widowed 15,365 17.8 7,705 12.9 5,833 13.9 1,871 10.5
Never Married 10,298 11.9 7,381 12.3 5,014 11.9 2,367 13.3
Education
Graduate 10,897 12.6 7,743 12.9 6,166 14.7 1,577 8.9
Bachelor 20,052 23.2 14,482 24.2 11,123 26.4 3,359 18.9
Associate 19,470 22.5 13,373 22.3 9,060 21.5 4,314 24.3
High School 28,127 32.6 18,717 31.3 12,245 29.1 6,473 36.4
Less than 12 Yrs 7,855 9.1 5,545 9.3 3,485 8.3 2,060 11.6
Official Poverty
Above poverty 83,482 96.6 57,810 96.6 41,263 98.1 16,548 93.1
In poverty 2,919 3.4 2,050 3.4 816 1.9 1,234 6.9
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 17,289 20.0 12,792 21.4 9,965 23.7 2,827 15.9
$103,985 - $200,444 17,291 20.0 12,575 21.0 9,570 22.7 3,005 16.9
$60,527 - $103,985 17,322 20.0 12,146 20.3 8,665 20.6 3,481 19.6
$33,157 - $60,527 17,296 20.0 11,174 18.7 7,397 17.6 3,776 21.2
$0-$33,157 17,204 19.9 11,174 18.7 6,481 15.4 4,693 26.4
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 64,532 74.7 49,737 83.1 35,062 83.3 14,674 82.5
Widow(er) 12,506 14.5 5,862 9.8 4,617 11.0 1,245 7.0
Spouse 5,670 6.6 4,243 7.1 2,385 5.7 1,858 10.4
Disabled worker 3,693 4.3 19 0.0 14 0.0 4 0.0
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 4. Beneficiary characteristics, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Payable
POPULATION: current law beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic All beneficiaries Affected beneficiaries Beneficiaries with lower benefits Beneficiaries with higher benefits
Number (thousands) Percent Number (thousands) Percent Number (thousands) Percent Number (thousands) Percent
Total 86,401 100.0 86,363 100.0 1,908 100.0 84,455 100.0
Sex
Female 46,018 53.3 45,998 53.3 1,124 58.9 44,874 53.1
Male 40,383 46.7 40,365 46.7 783 41.1 39,581 46.9
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 15,783 18.3 15,776 18.3 426 22.3 15,350 18.2
White 54,151 62.7 54,124 62.7 1,196 62.7 52,928 62.7
Black 9,347 10.8 9,345 10.8 162 8.5 9,182 10.9
Other 7,120 8.2 7,119 8.2 124 6.5 6,994 8.3
Country of Birth
U.S. 66,774 77.3 66,745 77.3 1,516 79.5 65,229 77.2
Foreign 19,628 22.7 19,618 22.7 392 20.5 19,226 22.8
Age
60-69 24,669 28.6 24,631 28.5 1,901 99.6 22,730 26.9
70-79 32,047 37.1 32,047 37.1 6 0.3 32,041 37.9
80-89 21,891 25.3 21,891 25.3 1 0.0 21,890 25.9
90+ 7,795 9.0 7,795 9.0 . . . . . . 7,795 9.2
Marital Status
Married 44,193 51.1 44,175 51.2 1,074 56.3 43,101 51.0
Divorced 16,545 19.1 16,532 19.1 563 29.5 15,969 18.9
Widowed 15,365 17.8 15,362 17.8 181 9.5 15,181 18.0
Never Married 10,298 11.9 10,294 11.9 89 4.7 10,205 12.1
Education
Graduate 10,897 12.6 10,894 12.6 214 11.2 10,680 12.6
Bachelor 20,052 23.2 20,038 23.2 330 17.3 19,708 23.3
Associate 19,470 22.5 19,465 22.5 444 23.3 19,021 22.5
High School 28,127 32.6 28,115 32.6 660 34.6 27,454 32.5
Less than 12 Yrs 7,855 9.1 7,852 9.1 259 13.6 7,593 9.0
Official Poverty
Above poverty 83,482 96.6 83,444 96.6 1,824 95.6 81,620 96.6
In poverty 2,919 3.4 2,919 3.4 84 4.4 2,835 3.4
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 17,289 20.0 17,285 20.0 345 18.1 16,940 20.1
$103,985 - $200,444 17,291 20.0 17,275 20.0 493 25.8 16,782 19.9
$60,527 - $103,985 17,322 20.0 17,311 20.0 390 20.4 16,921 20.0
$33,157 - $60,527 17,296 20.0 17,290 20.0 372 19.5 16,917 20.0
$0-$33,157 17,204 19.9 17,202 19.9 308 16.1 16,894 20.0
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 64,532 74.7 64,506 74.7 1,496 78.4 63,009 74.6
Widow(er) 12,506 14.5 12,500 14.5 223 11.7 12,277 14.5
Spouse 5,670 6.6 5,664 6.6 188 9.9 5,476 6.5
Disabled worker 3,693 4.3 3,693 4.3 . . . . . . 3,693 4.4
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Note: . . . = not applicable.
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 5. Beneficiary Status, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Scheduled (in thousands)
POPULATION: current law or option beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic Current Law Beneficiaries Changes in beneficiary status under proposed option Policy Option Beneficiaries
Added Removed Net Change
Total 86,401 -1,424 -1,403 84,998
Sex
Female 46,018 -907 -895 45,122
Male 40,383 -517 -507 39,876
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 15,783 -346 -339 15,444
White 54,151 -874 -860 53,290
Black 9,347 -114 -114 9,232
Other 7,120 -89 -89 7,031
Country of Birth
U.S. 66,774 -1,143 -1,131 65,642
Foreign 19,628 -281 -272 19,355
Age
60-69 24,669 -1,421 -1,400 23,268
70-79 32,047 -2 -2 32,044
80-89 21,891 +1 0 21,890
90+ 7,795 0 0 7,795
Marital Status
Married 44,193 -793 -776 43,417
Divorced 16,545 -468 -468 16,077
Widowed 15,365 -135 -135 15,230
Never Married 10,298 -27 -23 10,274
Education
Graduate 10,897 -112 -105 10,791
Bachelor 20,052 -172 -169 19,882
Associate 19,470 -361 -360 19,110
High School 28,127 -557 -553 27,573
Less than 12 Yrs 7,855 -222 -214 7,641
Official Poverty
Above poverty 83,482 -1,349 -1,328 82,154
In poverty 2,919 -75 -75 2,844
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 17,289 -174 -173 17,116
$103,985 - $200,444 17,291 -330 -321 16,969
$60,527 - $103,985 17,322 -312 -301 17,020
$33,157 - $60,527 17,296 -325 -324 16,971
$0-$33,157 17,204 -283 -282 16,921
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 64,532 -1,062 -1,061 63,470
Widow(er) 12,506 -212 -211 12,294
Spouse 5,670 -151 -150 5,520
Disabled worker 3,693 0 0 3,693
None 0 0 20
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.
Table 5. Beneficiary Status, 2050: Increase EEA and FRA vs. Payable (in thousands)
POPULATION: current law or option beneficiaries aged 60+
Characteristic Current Law Beneficiaries Changes in beneficiary status under proposed option Policy Option Beneficiaries
Added Removed Net Change
Total 86,401 -1,424 -1,403 84,998
Sex
Female 46,018 -907 -895 45,122
Male 40,383 -517 -507 39,876
Ethnicity/Race
Hispanic 15,783 -346 -339 15,444
White 54,151 -874 -860 53,290
Black 9,347 -114 -114 9,232
Other 7,120 -89 -89 7,031
Country of Birth
U.S. 66,774 -1,143 -1,131 65,642
Foreign 19,628 -281 -272 19,355
Age
60-69 24,669 -1,421 -1,400 23,268
70-79 32,047 -2 -2 32,044
80-89 21,891 +1 0 21,890
90+ 7,795 0 0 7,795
Marital Status
Married 44,193 -793 -776 43,417
Divorced 16,545 -468 -468 16,077
Widowed 15,365 -135 -135 15,230
Never Married 10,298 -27 -23 10,274
Education
Graduate 10,897 -112 -105 10,791
Bachelor 20,052 -172 -169 19,882
Associate 19,470 -361 -360 19,110
High School 28,127 -557 -553 27,573
Less than 12 Yrs 7,855 -222 -214 7,641
Official Poverty
Above poverty 83,482 -1,349 -1,328 82,154
In poverty 2,919 -75 -75 2,844
Household Income Quintile
$200,444+ 17,289 -174 -173 17,116
$103,985 - $200,444 17,291 -330 -321 16,969
$60,527 - $103,985 17,322 -312 -301 17,020
$33,157 - $60,527 17,296 -325 -324 16,971
$0-$33,157 17,204 -283 -282 16,921
Current Law Benefit Type
Retired worker 64,532 -1,062 -1,061 63,470
Widow(er) 12,506 -212 -211 12,294
Spouse 5,670 -151 -150 5,520
Disabled worker 3,693 0 0 3,693
None 0 0 20
Source: SSA/Office of Retirement Policy, using MINT 7 Run: 03/09/2015 Ref #: SSAB0331v1
Providing these estimates does not imply SSA support for the proposal, nor is SSA responsible for any interpretations of these estimates.