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Average Current Earnings (ace) Multiple formulas are used to calculate average current earnings, then the highest number is used. A reduction in the disabled worker’s, and dependents’ benefits may be made for any month the worker’s total Social Security benefits, workers compensation, and where applicable, other public disability benefits exceed 80% of his or her “average current earnings.” The SSA earnings record shows the ACE amount with the 80% adjustment already computed.
Average Indexed Monthly Earnings (aime) The dollar amount used to calculate Social Security benefits for people who attained age 62 or became disabled (or died) after 1978. To arrive at AIME, SSA adjusts actual past earnings using an “average wage index,” so claimants won’t lose the value of past earnings (when money was worth more) in relation to more recent earnings. If a claimant attained age 62 or became disabled (or died) before 1978, SSA uses Average Monthly Earnings (AME).
Appeal An appeal is a special kind of complaint you make if you disagree with a decision to deny a request for health care services or payment for services you already received. You may also make a complaint if you disagree with a decision to stop services that you are receiving. For example, you may ask for an appeal if Medicare doesn?t pay for an item or service you think you should be able to get. There is a specific process that your Medicare Advantage Plan or the Original Medicare Plan must use when you ask for an appeal.
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Overall, 51% of adults aged 18 years and over were current regular drinkers, 14% were current infrequent drinkers, 6% were former regular drinkers, 8% were former infrequent drinkers, and 21% were lifetime abstainers.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Fifty-nine percent of men were current regular drinkers compared with 43% of women. Men were also more likely to be former regular drinkers than were women. Women were more likely to be current or former infrequent drinkers or lifetime abstainers than were men.
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
As age increased, the percentage of adults who were current regular drinkers decreased.
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