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What will the Social Security Expansion Act mean to you?

The Social Security Expansion Act will give current Social Security recipients or will be eligible in 2023 – at least 62 years old – a bonus check of an additional $200 a month. Also, the bill would boost benefits for the lowest income earners in the U.S. to 125 percent of the federal poverty line, which is around $1,400 per month. Kristin F. Dalton reports the highlights of this current legislation being looked at by congressional members. Read Ms. Dalton’s article here….

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  1. Social Security expansion act for all senior’s would help everything has gone up gas groceries medicine. Please help us we have worked all our lives. We are the baby boomers

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