(2) (A) The Commissioner of Social Security shall assess each State an administration fee in an amount equal to— (i) the number of supplementary payments made by the Commissioner of Social Security on behalf of the State under this section for any month in a fiscal year; multiplied by (ii) the applicable rate for the fiscal year. (B) As used in subparagraph (A), the term “applicable rate” means— (i) for fiscal year 1994, $1.67; (ii) for fiscal year 1995, $3.33; (iii) for fiscal year 1996, $5.00; (iv) for fiscal year 1997, $5.00; (v) for fiscal year 1998, $6.20; (vi) for fiscal year 1999, $7.60; (vii) for fiscal year 2000, $7.80; (viii) for fiscal year 2001, $8.10; (ix) for fiscal year 2002, $8.50; and (x) for fiscal year 2003 and each succeeding fiscal year— (I) the applicable rate in the preceding fiscal year, increased by the percentage, if any, by which the Consumer Price Index for the month of June of the calendar year of the increase exceeds the Consumer Price Index for the month of June of the calendar year preceding the calendar year of the increase, and rounded to the nearest whole cent; or (II) such different rate as the Commissioner determines is appropriate for the State. (C) Upon making a determination under subparagraph (B)(x)(II), the Commissioner of Social Security shall promulgate the determination in regulations, which may take into account the complexity of administering the State’s supplementary payment program. (D) All fees assessed pursuant to this paragraph shall be transferred to the Commissioner of Social Security at the same time that amounts for such supplementary payments are required to be so transferred.
42 USC § 1382e(d)(2)
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