As the government shutdown continues and as the countdown to the Thursday, Oct. 17 deadline on the debt-ceiling looms ominously, what can the average citizen do?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVRP-wnsaOY[/youtube]Washington calls it a “minor technical change” in Social Security. Here’s how minor Washington’s Chained CPI plan would actually be for Ken Reinhardt: $12,000 over the next 20 years.
Have you heard the phrase “chained CPI” lately? It’s an innocuous sounding name for a budget proposal that would cut Social Security and other benefits for today’s seniors and veterans – including disabled veterans and military retirees. But what does it mean?
As budget negotiations continue in Washington, AARP today released an analysis showing the negative impact one proposal – the so called “chained CPI” -- would have on Nebraska’s veterans’ compensation and pensions.
For more than 50 years, AARP has been committed to protecting Social Security benefits for the millions of Americans who have paid into the program through a lifetime of hard work.
Have you heard the phrase "chained CPI" lately? It's an innocuous sounding name for a budget proposal that would cut Social Security and other benefits for today's seniors and veterans - including disabled veterans and military retirees. But what does it mean?
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