Railroad Retirement and Railroad Unemployment Insurance Legislation, 1959: Hearings Before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Eighty-sixth Congress, First Session, on Bills to Amend the Railroad Retirement Act, the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and the Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act ...

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Considers H.R. 217 and numerous related bills, to amend Railroad Retirement Act, Railroad Retirement Tax Act, and Railroad Unemployment Insurance Act to increase benefits for railroad workers.

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Page 15 - September 6, 1958], of a completely or partially insured employee who will have died leaving no widow, widower, child, or parent who would on proper application therefor be entitled to receive an annuity under this section for the month in which such death occurred, a lump sum of ten times the employee's basic amount...
Page 320 - In computing the monthly compensation, no part of any month's compensation in excess of $300 for any month before July 1, 1954, or in excess of $350 for any month after June 30, 1954...
Page 10 - In addition to other taxes, there is hereby imposed on every employer an excise tax, with respect to having individuals in his employ, equal to the following percentages of the wages (as defined in section 3121 (a...
Page 6 - No annuity shall be paid with respect to any month In which an Individual In receipt of an annuity hereunder shall render compensated service to an employer or to the last person by whom he was employed prior to the date on which the annuity began to accrue.
Page 22 - years of service" total— 10 and less than 15 7 (but not more than 65 days). 15 and over 13. but no such extended benefit period shall extend beyond the beginning of the first registration period in a benefit year in which the employee is again qualified for benefits in accordance with section 3 of this Act on the basis of compensation earned after the first of such successive 14-day periods has begun.
Page 21 - That in computing the compensation paid to any employee, no part of any month's compensation in excess of $300 for any month before July 1, 1954, or in excess of $350 for any month after June 30, 1954...
Page 267 - ... the person or company from which such remuneration is payable has, before payment thereof, notice of the payment of benefits upon the basis of days of unemployment or sickness included in such period, the remuneration so payable shall not be reduced by reason of such benefits but the remuneration so payable, to the extent to which benefits were paid upon the basis of days which had been determined to be days of unemployment or sickness and which are included in the period for which such remuneration...
Page 6 - Sec. 5692. Penalties relating to posting of special tax stamps." SEC. 207. (a) Section 201 of this title shall take effect on the first day of the first month following the month in which it is enacted.
Page 7 - Secretary of Labor and the Secretary of the Treasury shall, not later than the last day of the first calendar month beginning after the date of the enactment of this Act, establish a Joint Board for the Enrollment of Actuaries (hereinafter in this part referred to as the "Joint Board").
Page 25 - ... and (2) the amount of compensation paid or attributable as paid to him with respect to each month of service before September 1941 as a station employee whose duties consisted of or included the carrying of passengers...

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