20 CFR Subpart E - Deductions; Reductions; and Nonpayments of Benefits

  1. § 404.401 Deduction, reduction, and nonpayment of monthly benefits or lump-sum death payments.
  2. § 404.401a When we do not pay benefits because of a disability beneficiary's work activity.
  3. § 404.402 Interrelationship of deductions, reductions, adjustments, and nonpayment of benefits.
  4. § 404.403 Reduction where total monthly benefits exceed maximum family benefits payable.
  5. § 404.404 How reduction for maximum affects insured individual and other persons entitled on his earnings record.
  6. § 404.405 Situations where total benefits can exceed maximum because of “savings clause.”
  7. § 404.406 Reduction for maximum because of retroactive effect of application for monthly benefits.
  8. § 404.407 Reduction because of entitlement to other benefits.
  9. § 404.408 Reduction of benefits based on disability on account of receipt of certain other disability benefits provided under Federal, State, or local laws or plans.
  10. § 404.408a Reduction where spouse is receiving a Government pension.
  11. § 404.408b Reduction of retroactive monthly social security benefits where supplemental security income (SSI) payments were received for the same period.
  12. § 404.409 What is full retirement age?
  13. § 404.410 How does SSA reduce my benefits when my entitlement begins before full retirement age?
  14. § 404.411 How are benefits reduced for age when a person is entitled to two or more benefits?
  15. § 404.412 After my benefits are reduced for age when and how will adjustments to that reduction be made?
  16. § 404.413 After my benefits are reduced for age what happens if there is an increase in my primary insurance amount?
  17. § 404.415 Deductions because of excess earnings.
  18. § 404.417 Deductions because of noncovered remunerative activity outside the United States; 45 hour and 7-day work test.
  19. § 404.418 “Noncovered remunerative activity outside the United States,” defined.
  20. § 404.420 Persons deemed entitled to benefits based on an individual's earnings record.
  21. § 404.421 How are deductions made when a beneficiary fails to have a child in his or her care?
  22. § 404.423 Manner of making deductions.
  23. § 404.424 Total amount of deductions where more than one deduction event occurs in a month.
  24. § 404.425 Total amount of deductions where deduction events occur in more than 1 month.
  25. § 404.428 Earnings in a taxable year.
  26. § 404.429 Earnings; defined.
  27. § 404.430 Monthly and annual exempt amounts defined; excess earnings defined.
  28. § 404.434 Excess earnings; method of charging.
  29. § 404.435 Excess earnings; months to which excess earnings can or cannot be charged; grace year defined.
  30. § 404.436 Excess earnings; months to which excess earnings cannot be charged because individual is deemed not entitled to benefits.
  31. § 404.437 Excess earnings; benefit rate subject to deductions because of excess earnings.
  32. § 404.439 Partial monthly benefits; excess earnings of the individual charged against his benefits and the benefits of persons entitled (or deemed entitled) to benefits on his earnings record.
  33. § 404.440 Partial monthly benefits; pro-rated share of partial payment exceeds the benefit before deduction for excess earnings.
  34. § 404.441 Partial monthly benefits; insured individual and another person entitled (or deemed entitled) on the same earnings record both have excess earnings.
  35. § 404.446 Definition of “substantial services” and “services.”
  36. § 404.447 Evaluation of factors involved in substantial services test.
  37. § 404.450 Required reports of work outside the United States or failure to have care of a child.
  38. § 404.451 Penalty deductions for failure to report within prescribed time limit noncovered remunerative activity outside the United States or not having care of a child.
  39. § 404.452 Reports to Social Security Administration of earnings; wages; net earnings from self-employment.
  40. § 404.453 Penalty deductions for failure to report earnings timely.
  41. § 404.454 Good cause for failure to make required reports.
  42. § 404.455 Request by Social Security Administration for reports of earnings and estimated earnings; effect of failure to comply with request.
  43. § 404.456 Current suspension of benefits because an individual works or engages in self-employment.
  44. § 404.457 Deductions where taxes neither deducted from wages of certain maritime employees nor paid.
  45. § 404.458 Limiting deductions where total family benefits payable would not be affected or would be only partly affected.
  46. § 404.459 Penalty for making false or misleading statements or withholding information.
  47. § 404.460 Nonpayment of monthly benefits to aliens outside the United States.
  48. § 404.461 Nonpayment of lump sum after death of alien outside United States for more than 6 months.
  49. § 404.462 Nonpayment of hospital and medical insurance benefits of alien outside United States for more than 6 months.
  50. § 404.463 Nonpayment of benefits of aliens outside the United States; “foreign social insurance system,” and “treaty obligation” exceptions defined.
  51. § 404.464 How does deportation or removal from the United States affect the receipt of benefits?
  52. § 404.465 Conviction for subversive activities; effect on monthly benefits and entitlement to hospital insurance benefits.
  53. § 404.466 Conviction for subversive activities; effect on enrollment for supplementary medical insurance benefits.
  54. § 404.467 Nonpayment of benefits; individual entitled to disability insurance benefits or childhood disability benefits based on statutory blindness is engaging in substantial gainful activity.
  55. § 404.468 Nonpayment of benefits to prisoners.
  56. § 404.469 Nonpayment of benefits where individual has not furnished or applied for a Social Security number.
  57. § 404.470 Nonpayment of disability benefits due to noncompliance with rules regarding treatment for drug addiction or alcoholism.
  58. § 404.471 Nonpayment of disability benefits for trial work period service months upon a conviction of fraudulently concealing work activity.
  59. § 404.480 Paying benefits in installments: Drug addiction or alcoholism.
Authority:
Secs. 202, 203, 204(a) and (e), 205(a) and (c), 216(l), 222(c), 223(e), 224, 225, 702(a)(5), and 1129A of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 402, 403, 404(a) and (e), 405(a) and (c), 416(l), 422(c), 423(e), 424a, 425, 902(a)(5), and 1320a-8a); 48 U.S.C. 1801.
Source:
32 FR 19159, Dec. 20, 1967, unless otherwise noted.