No cost-of-living adjustment for Social Security in 2016?
(By – JASON J. FICHTNER, MERCATUS CENTER AT GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY)
Lost in the news surrounding the release of the 2015 Social Security Trustees report is the likelihood that Social Security beneficiaries won’t see a cost-of-living adjustment increase, or COLA, in 2016. According to the Trustees, Social Security beneficiaries can expect to receive a COLA increase of 0.0 percent. That’s right … a goose egg. Read more…
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