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effects of subjective survival on retirement and social security claiming

Michael D. Hurd

effects of subjective survival on retirement and social security claiming

by Michael D. Hurd

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Retirement age -- United States.,
  • Early retirement -- United States.,
  • Social security -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMichael D. Hurd, James P. Smith, Julie M. Zissimopoulos.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 9140, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9140.
    ContributionsSmith, James P., 1943-, Zissimopoulos, Julie M., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p. :
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22442148M

    You may receive a CSRS survivor annuity and social security payments. You may receive a FERS survivor annuity and social security payments. However, if you are the survivor of a FERS retiree, you cannot receive the FERS survivor supplement if you are eligible for social security mother, father or disability benefits based on the deceased annuitant’s account.   One way to learn more about your social security situation and how social security benefits might affect your unemployment benefits is to create a “my Social Security Account." It is an online account run by the Social Security Administration. You can create an online account, whether or not you currently receive social security benefits.

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Effects of subjective survival on retirement and social security claiming by Michael D. Hurd Download PDF EPUB FB2

According to the life‐cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth. We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on retirement and on the claiming of Social Security benefits because delayed claiming is equivalent to the purchase of additional Social Security by: The Effects of Subjective Survival on Retirement and Social Security Claiming Authors.

Michael Hurd; James P. Smith; Abstract. This research examines the relationship between mortality risk and retirement, and mortality risk and the propensity to take early and reduced Social Security benefits. The Effects of Subjective Survival on Retirement and Social Security Claiming Michael D.

Hurd, James P. Smith, Julie M. Zissimopoulos. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in September NBER Program(s):Economics of Aging, Labor Studies. According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth.

According to the life‐cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth. We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on retirement and on the claiming of Social Security benefits because delayed claiming is equivalent to the purchase of additional Social Security by: According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth.

We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on retirement and on the claiming of Social Security benefits because.

The Effects of Subjective Survival on Retirement and Social Security Claiming. This research examines the relationship between mortality risk and retirement, and mortality risk and the. Abstract According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth.

We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on. Effects of Subjective Survival 2 Theoretical background A qualified worker who has retired before or at 62 has the choice of claiming Social Security benefits at 62 or of delaying claiming.

The delay will result in higher Social Security benefits once they are claimed, but the cost is the benefits lost (not. The pattern of numbers in this column is partly attributable to the taxation of Social Security benefits. 10 As the wealth level rises from $, to $, the percent of Social Security benefits subject to taxes rises from percent to percent for the year horizon.

They go from being essentially tax free to 85 percent taxable. En español | In the vast majority of cases, no. If the pension is from an employer that withheld Social Security taxes from your paychecks, it won’t affect your Social Security benefits.

But if there was no such withholding, you may be subject to the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP), which covers people who earned pensions from jobs that did not withhold Social Security taxes but who. Simulated Social Security claiming rates Subjective survival affects claiming through its effect on retirement as well as through its direct effects.

We combine the effects of the subjective survival probabilities on retirement with their effects on claiming. THE EFFECTS OF SUBJECTIVE SURVIVAL ON RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY CLAIMING MICHAEL D.

HURD,* JAMES P. SMITH AND JULIE M. ZISSIMOPOULOS Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, USA SUMMARY According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth.

We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on retirement and on the claiming of. "The effects of subjective survival on retirement and Social Security claiming," Journal of Applied Econometrics, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., vol. 19(6), pages Michael D.

Hurd & James P. Smith & Julie M. Zissimopoulos,   According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth.

We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on retirement and on the claiming of Social Security benefits because delayed claiming is equivalent to the purchase of additional Social Security by: The Effects of Subjective Survival on Retirement and Social Security Claiming Michael D.

Hurd, James P. Smith, and Julie M. Zissimopoulos NBER Working Paper No. September JEL No. J2, O3, I1, L65 ABSTRACT According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize by: WEP Penalty declines with substantial earnings. Image Source: Devin Carroll, Data: Social Security Administration.

This phase-out of the WEP reduction offers a great planning opportunity if you have worked at a job where you paid Social Security tax. For example, if you worked as an engineer for 20 years before you began teaching, you may be able to do enough part time work between now and.

Get this from a library. The effects of subjective survival on retirement and social security claiming. [Michael D Hurd; James P Smith; Julie M Zissimopoulos; National Bureau of Economic Research.].

That person must have worked long enough under Social Security to qualify for benefits. How Your Spouse Earns Social Security Survivors Benefits. A worker can earn up to four credits each year. Infor example, your spouse can earn one credit for each $1, of wages or self-employment income.

When your spouse has earned $5, they have. Get this from a library. The effects of subjective survival on retirement and social security claiming. [Michael D Hurd; James P Smith; Julie M Zissimopoulos; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth.

We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on. DMCA Project #: UM“The Effects of Subjective Survival on Retirement and Social Security Claiming” ().

Abstract According to the life-cycle model, mortality risk will influence both retirement and the desire to annuitize wealth. We estimate the effect of subjective survival probabilities on retirement and on the claiming of Social Security benefits because delayed claiming is equivalent to the purchase of additional Social Security annuities.Many Americans choose to claim Social Security as soon as possible.

Fig. 1 shows the fraction of males and females between ages 59 and 67 who have ever claimed any type of Social Security; some claiming occurs before age 62 because the data include those claiming Disability Insurance or Survivors Insurance, the two Social Security programs available at earlier ages.

1 The most striking Cited by: 7.The Effects of Subjective Survival on Retirement and Social Security Claiming}, year = {}} Share. OpenURL. Abstract. The authors gratefully acknowledge research support by from the Social Security Administration via a grant.

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