Wage Index

Wage Index

In the United States, a table one uses to calculate how much to pay a retired person in Social Security benefits. Factors affecting a wage index include the number of years a person worked and his/her average wage or salary during his/her working life.
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May 1, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- On Thursday afternoon, April 30, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services posted the FY2016 Hospice Wage Index and Payment Rate Update and Hospice Quality Reporting Requirements proposed rule.
Military pensions are automatically adjusted based on the median wage index.
Greek household disposable income has dropped by more than 30 percent since the crisis began and the wage index has fallen by 25 percent since its peak in 2010.
Mayweather, who earned about 115 million dollars under the first two fights, will find himself netting nearly 1,600 times the 2012 US national average wage index of 44,321.
Topics include: payment rates/hospice wage index, quality reporting, payment reform, potential future rebasing changes, hospice cost reporting and more.
He said there was no logic in deciding on salary increases based on the wage index (CoLA) and productivity separately
the area wage index for hospitals), capitated plans may attract more risk-averse enrollees concerned about the risk of large out-of-pocket copayments in the FFS coverage.
Tariff indexation based on US CPI, Mongolia wage index, and oil price index.
According to the Social Security Administration's Average Wage Index, the median annual wage for 2010, the most recent year for which data is available, was more than $26,300.
MW is the minimum wage index variable (defined as the ratio of the minimum wage to the average wage of workers in province i and year t).
We believe that the Medicare Wage Index and general overhead costs per day at the hospital level meet these criteria.
Another is the income side, the average wage index.