Ethen Kim Lieser
Social Security, Americas
According to the Senior Citizens League, a nonpartisan senior group, it is anticipating that Social Security benefits could rise by a whopping 6.1 percent for 2022.
Recent data is indicating that the consumer price index, the primary indicator of inflation in the United States, stood at an annual rate of 5.4 percent in June—which marked a thirteen-year high.
With this in mind and as inflation continues its upward trend throughout this year, Social...
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