Reporters turn to for succinct Social Security insights ¦ Memo to Clients, January 27, 2005

Re: Social Security's Chief Actuary Goes and those weird "unfunded obligations" ¦ MEMORANDIUM TO OFFICIALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF ACTUARIES and the SOCIETY OF ACTUARIES, June 16, 2004

Actuary Asserts Social Security Trustees Require Inappropriate Assumptions for Official Cost Projections ¦ Memo to Clients, March 30, 2004

Re: Bush's upcoming privatization effort ¦ Memo to Clients, January 16, 2004

Re: Critiquing privatization propaganda ¦ Memo to Clients, July 24, 2001

Re: Board, American Academy of Actuaries ¦ Memo to Clients, February 1, 2000

Re: Social Security's cooked 'deficit' and the failure of the American Academy of Actuaries ¦ Memo to Clients, January 17, 2000

Re: Academy of Actuaries agrees the OASDI actuaries used inconsistent economic assumptions ¦ Memo to Clients, September 21, 1999

Re: Social Security's financial "problem" and the dilemma it creates for the actuarial profession ¦ Memo to Clients, July 20, 1999

Re: Social Security's secret actuarial assumptions ¦ Memo to Clients, June 21, 1999

RE: Proposal for a blue ribbon panel to review practices of Social Security's actuaries ¦ Memo to Clients, May 3, 1999

Re: Request to Academy Board to review Practices of Social Security's actuaries ¦ Memo to Clients, April 15, 1999

Memo to Clients, February 9, 1999

Mr. David G. Hartman ¦ Memo to Clients, January 29, 1999

MEMO RE: Testifying at the June 30 Senate hearing ¦ Memo to Clients, August 10, 1998

The challenge Social Security faces today ¦ Memo to Clients, June 30, 1998