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ACSSAvaya Certified Support Specialist (computer products)
ACSSAcademy of Social Sciences (UK)
ACSSAmerican College of Spine Surgery
ACSSAfrica Center for Strategic Studies
ACSSAntichrist Superstar (Marilyn Manson album)
ACSSAluminum Conductor Steel Supported (cable)
ACSSAfrican Crop Science Society
ACSSAviation Communication and Surveillance Systems
ACSSAircraft Sustainment Squadron
ACSSAssociation of Computer Support Specialists
ACSSAssociation Canadienne des Soins de Santé (Canadian Healthcare Association)
ACSSAntilles Consolidated School System
ACSSAural Cascading Style Sheet
ACSSAnalog Computer Subsystem
ACSSAdvisory Council on Social Security
ACSSAdvanced Cadet Staff Seminar
ACSSAir Combat and Surveillance System
ACSSAir Crew Survivability System
ACSSAutomated Cryptologic Surveillance System
ACSSAntenna Control Subsystem
ACSSArmy Combat Service Support
ACSSAmerican Cheviot Sheep Society
ACSSAssociation Colmarienne Sauvetage-Secourisme (French: Colmar-Rescue Association Aid; Colmar, France)
ACSSAlarm Central Security Systems
ACSSAveraged Current-Sharing Strategy
ACSSAutomation and Control System Solutions
ACSSAutomated Checkout Satellite Simulation
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The Advisory Council on Social Security stated that one of Social Security's most important contributions to individual security is maintaining full cost-of-living adjustments.
Copies of Report of the 1994-96 Advisory Council on Social Security are available free from the Social Security Administration, Office of Public Inquiries, Social Security Annex, 6401 Security Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21235 (410/965-7700).
* The recent Advisory Council on Social Security suggested investing some Social Security funds in the stock market, to seek a greater rate of return on the money.
The 13-member Advisory Council on Social Security, which has advised every president since Franklin Roosevelt, considered three options for Social Security reforms: Maintain the current benefit structure, increasing payroll taxes as necessary to pay retirees; raise payroll taxes by two percentage points and let everyone invest the extra money in IRAs; or establish a two-tiered system that allows even more private investment.
I speak for myself, as past chair of the 1994-1996 Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security, and not in my current status as a member of the Federal Reserve Board.
During the deliberations of the 1994-1996 Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security, we considered whether general revenues should be used to help shore up the social security program.
I speak for myself, as past chair of the 1994-96 Quadrennial Advisory Council on Social Security, and not in my current status as a member of the Federal Reserve Board.
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