Let's start with the good news. For the more than 60 million people who receive Social Security benefits, they will get a cost-of-living increase in 2017. This is positive considering there was no increase in 2016. Here is the bad news. The increase is expected to be around 0.3 percent, the smallest increase on record.
Saturday, October 29, 2016
Seniors Brace For Smallest Social Security Increase on Record
Posted by Lillian Wong at 4:36 PM
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