The Social Security Administration recently announced the highest cost-of-living increase since 1991, setting the adjustment at 4.1 percent for more than 52 million retired and disabled recipients.
Starting in January, checks will increase an average of $39. Last year's increase was 2.7 percent, and the 1991 increase was 5.4 percent.
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