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Social Security could get biggest cost-of-living increase in 40 years amid COVID-19-related inflation surge – USA TODAY

The Social Security cost-of-living adjustment next year could be about 6%, the most since 1982, according to an estimate

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After years of puny increases in their Social Security checks, older Americans will likely get the equivalent of a big raise next year.
The 68 million people — including retirees, disabled people and others – who rely on the benefits are likely to receive…

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