cost of living
En español | Nearly 60 million Social Security recipients will probably not get a cost-of-living increase next year, according to projections in the 2015 Social Security and Medicare trustees reports.
Social Security benefits will rise by 1.7 percent starting in January, the Social Security Administration announced Wednesday.
Politico Magazine has tallied the numbers, and the Oscar for best state goes to ... New Hampshire.
Social Security benefits will increase by just 1.5 percent next year - about $19 a month for the average retiree.
Wondering what next year's cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security will be?
In a previous blog post, I wrote about one of the key perks of living in Latin America - affordability.
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