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[IWS] SSA: CHARACTERISTICS OF NONINSTITUTIONALIZED DI AND SSI PROGRM PARTICIPANTS, 2010 UPDATE [6 February 2014]

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Social Security Administration (SSA)

Office of Retirement and Disability Policy

Research and Statistics Note No. 2014-02

 

CHARACTERISTICS OF NONINSTITUTIONALIZED DI AND SSI PROGRM PARTICIPANTS, 2010 UPDATE [6 February 2014]

http://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/rsnotes/rsn2014-02.html

or

http://www.ssa.gov/policy/docs/rsnotes/rsn2014-02.pdf

[full-text, 26 pages]

 

The authors use data from the 2008 panel of the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) matched to Social Security administrative records to produce tables providing detailed information on the economic and demographic characteristics of Disability Insurance beneficiaries and Supplemental Security Income recipients in December 2010. The tables update those published in a 2008 Research and Statistics Note that used 2002 SIPP data.

 

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