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Social Security benefits get a huge bump. But retirees need to do more to protect savings

Por: CNN Business October 13, 2021

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An earlier version of this story. This story has been updated to reflect the latest news.The announcement that Social Security retiree benefits will rise next year -- the largest cost of living increase since 1982 -- should be welcome news for many seniors.Besides the strain of the pandemic, those living on low to moderate incomes have been hit especially hard by the one-two punch of rising and low interest rates.More from Financial Empowerment... + full article



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