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With inflation still running hot, Social Security recipients could get $1,900 boost next year

Older American and others on Social Security could get a significant bump in their annual cost-of-living adjustment next year, with experts forecasting that the typical recipient could receive an additional $1,900 in 2023 to keep up with inflation.  Many seniors have struggled this year as their 2022 bump, 5.9%, lagged the hottest inflation in 40 …

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Inflation could give Social Security recipients a $1,900 increase next year

Former Kansas City Federal Reserve President and CEO Thomas Hoenig forecasts what the Federal Reserve will do next following the latest inflation data. Social Security recipients are on track to receive the biggest cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) raise in four decades as sizzling inflation rapidly diminishes the buying power of retired Americans. The Senior Citizens League, …

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Elon Musk posts cryptic ‘X.com’ tweet, hinting at social media plans

Billionaire Elon Musk made a cryptic reference to his potential plans to launch his own social media platform on Tuesday night, depending on the outcome of his $44 billion legal battle with Twitter. Musk, who is attempting to back out of his agreement to buy Twitter due to concerns about spam bots, addressed the possibility …

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With inflation still running hot, Social Security recipients could see $1,900 boost next year

Older American and others on Social Security could get a significant bump in their annual cost-of-living adjustment next year, with experts forecasting that the typical recipient could receive an additional $1,900 in 2023 to keep up with inflation.  Many seniors have struggled this year as their 2022 bump, 5.9%, lagged the hottest inflation in 40 …

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You Can Make More Money by Claiming Social Security Benefits at 62. Here’s How | The Motley Fool

The amount of Social Security income you’ll receive on a monthly basis depends not only on your income during your working years but also when you claim your benefits. The longer you wait, the more you’ll receive — up until age 70. Your full retirement age or FRA (66 to 67, depending on your birth …

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Let Social Security Max Out if You Can. Even in a Down Market.

A senior may claim Social Security spousal benefits based on a younger spouse’s earnings history, but the younger spouse must have already claimed benefits. That’s the short answer to our second reader question in today’s mailbag. Illustration by Barron’s (Dreamstime 4) Text size Have a question about saving for retirement or your personal financial situation? …

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If you’re ‘unretiring’ and collecting Social Security, here’s what to know before heading back to work

Kelvin Murray | Getty Images A combination of record high prices and a record number of job openings has been encouraging more retirees to go back to work. The trend, called “unretirement,” rebounded this spring to pre-pandemic levels. About two-thirds, or 68%, of retirees would consider returning to work, according to a recent CNBC All-America …

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These “CSS crimes” turn social media posts into games

It is a truth universally acknowledged that if you build something on the internet, people will find ways to creatively break it. This is exactly what happened with cohost, a new social media platform that allows posts with CSS. Digging through the #interactables hashtag on cohost reveals a bounty of clickable, CSS-enabled experiments that go …

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Our Social Interactions Begin at a Young Age – Neuroscience News

Summary: Early social interactions allow children to learn quickly how to coordinate with each other’s behavior. Source: NCCR What do building pyramids, going to the moon, paddling a two-person canoe or dancing a waltz have in common? All these actions are the result of a common goal between multiple partners and leads to a mutual …

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