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[IWS] SSA: OASDI BENEFICIARIES BY STATE AND ZIP CODE 2013 [8 September 2014]
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Social Security Administration (SSA)
OASDI BENEFICIARIES BY STATE AND ZIP CODE 2013 [8 September 2014]
[full-text, 716 pages]
This annual publication focuses on the Social Security beneficiary population at the ZIP
Code level. It presents basic program data on the number and type of beneficiaries and
the amount of benefits paid in each state, Social Security Administration field office, and
ZIP Code. It also shows the number of beneficiaries aged 65 or older.
The data are derived from the Master Beneficiary Record, the principal administrative
file of Social Security beneficiaries. The Social Security Detailed Office Organization
Resource System (DOORS) file was used to associate the field office data with the
ZIP Codes. Data for field offices in each state include only beneficiaries in that state.
However, some Social Security field offices serve residents of more than one state. To
obtain field office totals in these situations, it is necessary to combine data for each state
served by the field office. The data include only persons whose benefits are currently
payable. Those whose benefits were withheld are excluded.
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