Cost of living expenses not based on Social Security beneficiaries

November 18, 2010

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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