Cost of living expenses not based on Social Security beneficiaries

Nov 18, 2010 | Social Security, Social Security Benefits

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If you’re the beneficiary of Social Security benefits, you’re probably not happy that there won’t be an increase in Social Security benefits, according to a blog on The New York Times.

The federal government claims there has not been a rise in cost of living expenses; however, that number isn’t based on the living expenses of Social Security beneficiaries. It is based on those who still work.

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