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SSACStrengthening Schools and Congregations (Lutheran religion)
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SSACSub-System Acceptance Certificate
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SSACSelf-Scanning Electron-Array Collector
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SSACState Students Admission Commission of the Republic of Azerbaijan (est. 1992)
SSACScoala Superioara de Aeronautica Civila (Romanian: Higher Civil Aviation School)
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Members of the same Social Security Advisory Council who support privatization assume a total annual return to stockholders of 7 percent.
According to an analysis done for the Social Security Advisory Council, on average these costs would be just 1 percent of the value of equities in personal savings accounts, which doesn't sound all that bad.
When a Social Security advisory council appointed by Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala decides to issue a final report with three reform options, one of which would privatize half the retirement program, and when a Republican presidential candidate not only discusses Social Security privatization but also makes it a key element of his campaign, you know that business is definitely not as usual.
Carolyn Weaver is resident scholar and director of Social Security and Pension Studies at the American Enterprise Institute, and was a member of the 1995-1996 Social Security Advisory Council.
For the first time, the official Social Security Advisory Council is offering three wide-ranging proposals for restructuring.
In 1994, President Clinton appointed a Social Security Advisory Council, as is done every four years.
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