Railroad Retirement Legislation: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Eighty-fourth Congress, Second Session ...

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Considers legislation increasing railroad employee and employee dependent annuities and revising the eligibility and dual pension requirements for annuities.

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Page 133 - The committee shall examine the actuarial reports and estimates made by the Railroad Retirement Board and shall have authority to recommend to the Board such changes in actuarial methods as they may deem necessary.
Page 109 - employment" as defined In that Act: or (III) a pension will have been payable to him; or a retirement annuity based on service of not less than ten years (as computed In awarding the annuity) will have begun to accrue to him before 1948. (Section 5(1) (7) of the act.) An employee will have been "partially Insured...
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