A Bump in Social Security Income in 2019

 By Nathan Ayotte, CFP®    This week, the Social Security Administration released cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) for 2019 and it’s the largest bump since 2012. The 2.8-percent increase was determined by the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics and is tied to recent rise in the Consumer Price Index. The change will increase the average beneficiary’s benefit by about $39 per month.     Click here  for the full story.      Disclosure:     This resource was not published by Ferguson Wellman or West Bearing. We do not take any responsibility for reviewing, updating or insuring accuracy of information included in the article. Ferguson Wellman and West Bearing disclaim responsibility for the legality of materials and copyright compliance on other publications or websites. This is provided for informational purposes only.    Disclosures

by Nathan Ayotte, CFP

This week, the Social Security Administration released cost-of-living adjustments (COLAs) for 2019 and it’s the largest bump since 2012. The 2.8-percent increase was determined by the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics and is tied to recent rise in the Consumer Price Index. The change will increase the average beneficiary’s benefit by about $39 per month.

 Click here for the full story.

 Disclosure:
This resource was not published by Ferguson Wellman or West Bearing.  We do not take any responsibility for reviewing, updating or insuring accuracy of information included in the article. Ferguson Wellman and West Bearing disclaim responsibility for the legality of materials and copyright compliance on other publications or websites. This is provided for informational purposes only.

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