Social Security benefit age could be raised

by Staff | November 11th, 2010

November 11, 2011

Members of Congress are considering raising the Social Security retirement age to 68 and reduce annual cost-of-living increases, according to lifeandheathinsurancenews.com.

The panel appointed by President Obama wants to come up with ways of reducing the federal deficit, and reforming Social Security was a priority.

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