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Social Security benefits set for modest increase

Christian Science Monitor Friday, 13 October 2017 ()
The average beneficiary should expect to see about a $25 monthly increase next year, to account for the rising cost of living.
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Millions of Americans will get a two percent boost to their Social Security benefits next year.

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