CNBC: Your Social Security Check Could Be 2.8 Percent Bigger Next Year

Lauren Laferla, PR & Content Marketing Manager
September 18, 2018
    

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A recent article from CNBC says Social Security checks will likely increase next year. A 2.8 percent cost-of-living adjustment has been estimated by The Senior Citizens League. If the estimate is correct, the increase will be the highest bump retirees have seen in recent years.

Covisum President, Joe Elsasser, CFP®, was interviewed for this article.

“This will be the first year that a lot of people, a lot of the newly elected folks on Social Security, will actually experience [an increase]."

You can read the article in its entirety here

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Posted by Lauren Laferla, PR & Content Marketing Manager
Lauren is a content marketing enthusiast with a love for storytelling - on camera, in writing, and through others. She has a robust communications background that includes: public relations, content creation, internal communications, digital marketing, and copy editing. Driven and motivated, Lauren holds a bachelor's degree in English and is an avid reader.