# Social security
Social Security Benefits Soar: 8.7% Increase to Provide Financial Relief for Millions of Americans in 2023
Disclaimer: This post contains information written by AI. The Social Security Administration has revealed that approximately 70 million Americans will experience an 8.7% increase in Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits in 2023. This rise in benefits will result in an average monthly increment of over $140 starting from January.
Social Security Benefits June 2023
President Joe Biden and House of Representatives Speaker Kevin McCarthy have come to a tentative debt ceiling agreement. It is to be finalized later today June 1, 2023. This bill will avoid the default of the United States on its debts and secure timely social security benefits for all Americans. The bill will suspend the debt limit until January 2025.
Social Security benefits in June 2023: Payment Scheduled
Disclaimer: This post contains information written by AI. Certain Social Security recipients may experience an increase in their payments starting in June. Who will be eligible for these increases, and which states will be implementing them?
Social Security update: $900 payment Directly coming to Some Beneficiaries Tomorrow
Disclaimer: This post contains information written by AI. Supplemental Security Income Payments for June: What Beneficiaries Should Expect. Two Payments in June: Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries will receive two payments in June, with the first payment scheduled for Thursday, June 1, and the second payment on June 30. The timing of the second payment is adjusted due to July 1 falling on a Saturday.
The Social Security Administration Is Sending Direct Payments to Some Beneficiaries
Count down to when Supplemental Security Incomebeneficiaries receive the first of two June payments worth $914 each for individual filers. The first payment, which will be sent out on Thursday, June 1, is the first of two checks that will arrive in June from the Social Security Administration.The second round will be sent on June 30, because July 1 will be on a Saturday.
Tampa Bay Retirees Living in Hell as Mobile Home Park Left in Shambles
Retirement communities are meant to be a safe haven for those who've raised families and want to live out their golden years in a peaceful environment among like-minded friends. However, for one group of mobile home park tenants, Down Yonder is anything but calm and serene.
Social Security update: $4,500 payment coming to millions of accounts in next two weeks
Disclaimer: This post contains information written by AI. Mark your calendars! The first round of June's Social Security payments, with a maximum amount of $4,555, is set to be sent out in just 16 days, as per the Social Security Administration's schedule.
America is aging, and fast! Maine Continues To Be The Oldest State In An Aging America
In the recent decade, the United States has aged more rapidly, with the population of citizens aged 65 or above growing over a third from 2010 to 2020, the fastest growth in 130 years, according to the latest census data.
Californians Should Expect Higher Social Security Payments Next Year
In 2024, California retirees can expect the Social Security Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) to be around 3.1%... If you're hoping for an increase in social security payments, I have some good news. Mary Johnson, the Senior Citizens League's social security and Medicare policy analyst, predicts the Social Security Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) will be around 3.1% in 2024.
Elon Musk's Social Security Number Was Found in the 'Tesla Files' Leaked by a Whistleblower
The news you want to hear about in global tech, banking, markets, media, healthcare, and strategy are told by Insider. After receiving more than 750 complaints from Tesla customers claiming their cars would abruptly stop at high speeds, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration this summer expanded its probe into the automaker.
Social Security at Possible Standstill for Over 70 Million Amid Federal Budgetary Crisis
Social security benefits are something that every person relies on during retirement or an unforeseen disability to help bridge the gap between income during their working years or paying for basic expenses. Although more than 77 million people are expected to be retired by the year 2034, they may not get the safety net that generations before them have received.
Texans Should Get Ready For A Possible Increase In Social Security Payments
Texas retirees should expect the Social Security Cost Of Living Adjustment (COLA) to be around 3.1% in 2024... The Social Security Cost Of Living Adjustment (COLA) is expected to be around 3.1% in 2024, according to Mary Johnson, the Social Security and Medicare policy analyst for the Senior Citizens League.
At 3.1% the 2024 Cost of Living Adjustment Will be Lower than the Average Yearly Increase
Estimates for the 2024 Social Security cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) will be about 3.1%. This is lower than the average COLA. The average COLA increase has been about 3.4% per year since 2000.
The Uncertain Future of Social Security in Illinois
Recently, an increasing number of older Americans have voiced concern about the prospects of a debt default. This fear emerges as they near retirement, finding themselves confronted by monetary uncertainties exacerbated by surging inflation and the volatile state of the economy.
83-Year-Old Predatory Homebuying Victim Dies in Extreme Distress Following Series of Strokes
The real estate market is full of opportunities given the proper circumstances where the buyer and seller come out with the desired results. However, one family is left grieving after their mother succumbed to anxiety, stress, and anguish after a house-flipping franchise left took her for everything she had.
Americans Relying on Government Assistance Express Anxiety as Debt-Ceiling Negotiations Unfold
The ongoing negotiations in Washington, behind closed doors, to raise the nation's debt ceiling and reduce federal spending are causing anxiety among families across America.
Senators want to give Ohio residents $2,400 more in Social Security income
Did you know that the Social Security Expansion Act was recently proposed by Senators Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.)? This new legislation proposal would expand Social Security benefits by $200 each month or $2,400 a year. The founders of this bill say that this bill would not raise taxes for over 93 percent of American households. (source)
Wife Horrified as Man Catapults Life Savings into the Abyss with $300,000 Penny Stock Gamble
A wife was left horrified after her discovery that her husband had made a financial decision that would haunt them forever. The middle-aged woman, whose 3 children are pursuing their college education, was counting on living long into the couple's retirement and enjoying an empty nest during her golden years.
New Jersey residents seeing Social Security income increase
Did you know that New Jersey residents are paying an average of $740 more each month due to inflation? This same source also says that the rate of inflation is as high as 12%. (source) Thankfully, here's some good news if you're one of the millions of Americans in the United States that receives Social Security Income. On average, the Social Security benefits have increased by $1,680 which comes out to $140 more per month for eligible recipients. The first checks started going out at the beginning of 2023.