3 edition of Social Security Act 1993 found in the catalog.
Social Security Act 1993
by HMSO in London
Royal assent, 29th January 1993.
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Social Security Act CHAPTER 3 An Act to amend sections 3 and 85 of the Social Security Act , to provide for the making of certain payments into the National Insurance Fund, and for connected purposes. [29th January ] Be it enacted by the Queen’s most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the. - Internal Revenue Code of and Social Security Act, amendments. Pub.L. 97– This document describes minor changes: Social Security Tax rates on Virgin Islands income, Social Security Disability Changes (Benefits during Appeal, Periodic Reviews, Reconsiderations), and Offsets related to public pensions.
Get this from a library! Compilation of the social security laws, including the Social Security Act, as amended, and related enactments through January 1, [United States.]. 2 Social Security Act (c. 3) Document Generated: Status: Point in time view as at 29/01/ Changes to legislation: There are currently no known outstanding effects for the Social Security Act (See end of Document for details) (2)In subsection (5) of that section (provision that may be made by regulations) after.
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