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A national survey conducted by TSCL earlier this year found that 98 percent of Social Security recipients participating reported the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) had increased their
High deductibles and other out-of-pockets costs of Obamacare plans may require older consumers to spend a much more significant portion of their income on healthcare than they may realize at enrollment.
The Social Security Administration recently announced that beneficiaries would receive a 1.7 percent COLA effective January 2015, making the sixth consecutive year of exceptionally low growth
The annual Social Security cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will remain at record low levels again in 2015 Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) October 01, 2014 The
White House action that provides work authorization and Social Security numbers for unauthorized immigrants could potentially allow non-citizens access to benefits for work performed while in
A majority of Social Security recipients would have to raid retirement savings or use a line of credit to meet even relatively modest financial emergencies, according to a new poll by The Senior
A White House initiative that supplies green cards and work - authorized Social Security numbers to undocumented immigrants would also open a pathway to Social Security benefits, warns The Senior
The Social Security Trustees recently forecast that benefits would grow by only 1.5% in 2015 — the same amount beneficiaries received this year, further weaking the buying power of tens of millions
A leading proposal to temporarily fix the looming insolvency of the Social Security disability trust fund by reallocating payroll taxes has virtually no support among seniors, according to a new
According to a new survey by The Senior Citizens League an overwhelming majority of seniors oppose two Medicare changes that are among the most widely - discussed reforms in Congress.
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