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As a record 8.7% increase in the Social Security cost of living begins in 2023, here's what recipients should look for in annual statements

As a record 8.7% increase in the Social Security cost of living begins in 2023, here’s what recipients should look for in annual statements

Catherine Ziegler | Digital vision | Getty Images As inflation kept prices high in 2022, Social Security recipients can expect a record cost-of-living adjustment in 2023. “Your Social Security benefits will increase by 8.7% in 2023 due to an increase in the cost of living,” the Social Security Administration says in the annual statements it …

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United Furniture owner 'disappeared' after laying off 2,700 workers: sources

United Furniture owner ‘disappeared’ after laying off 2,700 workers: sources

The owner of United Furniture Industries – who last week fired 2,700 workers by text and email while they slept – disappeared after arguing with the company’s board and bankers over whether to file for bankruptcy, The Post has learned. David Belford, a wealthy businessman from Ohio, has remained a mum since the layoffs of …

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Can't afford to retire?  Why "working longer" isn't good retirement advice.

Can’t afford to retire? Why “working longer” isn’t good retirement advice.

Financial planners generally advise you to work as long as you can, so you can increase your retirement savings while waiting for a larger Social Security check. But such advice assumes you have the luxury of deciding when to stop working. Tens of millions of Americans do not. Here’s the truth: retiring early, even at …

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