Social Security recipients to get 1.5 percent raise next year
Oct 30 (Reuters) - Benefits paid to nearly 63 million U.S. Social Security recipients will rise by 1.5 percent in 2014, the Social Security Administration said on Wednesday.
That will add $19 to the average monthly Social Security benefit next year, putting it at $1,294, the administration said.
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