Social Security Benefits are Set to Increase This Week Every year the Social Security Administration adjusts benefits to account for inflation. This raise in payment amounts, known as the Cost of Living Adjustment or COLA, applies to the 64 million Americans currently collecting Social Security payments. For 2020, the COLA is 1.6%. That's not the best news. Read more here.
Watch Out for Scam Social Security Robo Calls It is no secret that robo calls are out of control, with some people receiving dozens a day. These automated calls want to sell you things you don't need, or worse, steal information from you. Now we find out that, according to the FTC, the Social Security Administration is the government agency most targeted by robo call scam artists. These criminals are out to get your Social Security number and try to scare you into giving it to them. How do you protect yourself? Read more here.
Not Receiving Social Security Earnings Statements When planning for retirement, one of the most important things to know is how much you can expect to receive in Social Security benefits each month. Unfortunately, many workers are not receiving Social Security earnings statements, in the mail or online. This can make planning for retirement a lot more difficult. Why is this happening? Click here to find out.
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