New analysis conducted by AARP shows that 784,000 Granite State workers who are paying into Social Security today stand to lose 25 percent of their benefits if the President and Congress don’t act.
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Contact: David Irwin  
Jeff and Doug and US Capitol 07 12 2013
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On the eve of the 78th anniversary of the creation of Social Security, which provides an average monthly retirement benefit of $14,900 to 2.94 million Floridians, AARP Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond issued the following statement:
AARP Logo with state logos in background[/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.
Here’s what Washington calls a “minor technical change” in Social Security would mean to Cathy Kerns:  $7,000 over the next 15 years.
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In preventing a change to the CPI, measure protects retirees, veterans and others
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If the measure known as Chained CPI  is adopted, $623,470,000 in cuts to New Hampshire’s Social Security COLA and veterans’ benefits would occur. 
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