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Author: Daniel Bertoni
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: veterans, survivors, service, members, levels, compensation, benefits, analysis, military
Number of Pages: 32
Published: 2010-03
ISBN-10: 1437925456
ISBN-13: 9781437925456

The Dependency and Indemnity Compensation (DIC) program provides monthly payments to the survivors of those who died as a result of a service-connected disability or while on active duty in the military. In fiscal year 2008, the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) paid over $4.7 billion to about 354,000 survivors, replacing a portion of income lost with the death of the veteran or servicemember. This repor studies the DIC program and the levels of payments it provides. This report addresses: (1) the extent to which DIC replaces VA disability compensation or active duty military pay lost due to

Author: Sabine Ravestijn
Publisher: UN-HABITAT
Keywords: women, nairobi, violence, survey, speak, snapshot, survivors
Number of Pages: 140
Published: 2002
ISBN-10: 9211316146
ISBN-13: 9789211316148

Author: Delores M. John
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: families, caregivers, survivors, guide, injury, head
Number of Pages: 94
Published: 1990-01
ISBN-10: 1568061854
ISBN-13: 9781568061856

Author: Steven J. Sebastian
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: system, costs, annuities, survivors, pensions, judicial, federal
Number of Pages: 21
Published: 2009-03
ISBN-10: 1437910122
ISBN-13: 9781437910124

The Judicial Survivors¿ Annuities System (JSAS) was created in 1956 to provide financial security for the families of deceased fed. judges. It provides benefits to eligible spouses and dependent children of judges who elect coverage within 6 months of taking office, 6 months after getting married, 6 months after being elevated to a higher court, or during an open season authorized by statute. Active and senior judges currently contribute 2.2% of their salaries to JSAS, and retired judges contribute 3.5% of their retirement salaries to JSAS. This report reviews JSAS costs to determine whether

Author: Margaret T. Wrightson
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: costs, benefit, levels, system, annuities, pensions, judicial, survivors, federal
Number of Pages: 62
Published: 1998-04-01
ISBN-10: 0788148486
ISBN-13: 9780788148484

The Judicial Survivors' Annuities System (JSAS) is one of several survivor benefit plans applicable to particular groups of federal employees, providing annuities to the surviving spouses and dependent children of deceased federal judges and other judicial officials. This report reviews JSAS' 1993 to 1995 annual reports containing financial and actuarial information indicative of JSAS' cost and financial status. Comparisons are made to other federal survivor benefit plans on the costs, benefits, and contributions made by participants. Includes features of the compared plans and comments from t

Author: David M. Walker
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: exhaustion, scenario, fund, analysis, security, reform, social
Number of Pages: 48
Published: 2003-11
ISBN-10: 0756726662
ISBN-13: 9780756726669

Social Security is an important social insur. program affecting virtually every American family. It is the foundation of the nation's retirement income system & also provides millions of Americans with disability insur. & survivors' benefits. Over the long term, as the baby boom generation retires, Social Security's financing shortfall presents a major solvency & sustainability challenge. This report uses an analytic framework to evaluate an illustrative Trust Fund ExhaustionÓ scenario under which benefits are reduced proportionately for all beneficiaries by the shortfall in revenues occurrin

Author: Logan Marshall
Publisher: Arc Manor LLC
Keywords: account, survivors, initial, investigations, hand, first, titanic, sea, disasters, sinking
Number of Pages: 157
Published: 2008-08
ISBN-10: 1604502819
ISBN-13: 9781604502817

An authentic account of the Titanic's disaster with mesmerizing first-hand account of survivors.***** "He led Mrs. Astor to the side of the ship and helped her to the life-boat to which she had been assigned. I saw that she was prostrated and said she would remain and take her chances with him, but Colonel Astor quietly insisted and tried to reassure her in a few words. As she took her place in the boat her eyes were fixed upon him. Colonel Astor smiled, touched his cap, and when the boat moved safely away from the ship's side he turned back to his place among the men." ***** "I will not leave
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