News Alert: Social Security payments will rise by 8.7 percent next year, the largest increase in decades, to keep up with inflation

The fact that all of these kinds of government figures are not automatically pegged to the cost of living and inflation means that they don’t really care about them; The government doesn’t care how much money you get from social security.

From: The Washington Post <email>
Date: Thu, Oct 13, 2022, 5:41 AM
Subject: News Alert: Social Security payments will rise by 8.7 percent next year, the largest increase in decades, to keep up with inflation

The Social Security Administration announced the cost of living allowance increase as high prices eat away at the value of the retirement benefits.

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Oct. 13, 8:38 a.m. EDT

Social Security payments will rise by 8.7 percent next year, the largest increase in decades, to keep up with inflation

The Social Security Administration announced the cost of living allowance increase as high prices eat away at the value of the retirement benefits.
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