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Senior Spectrum Publications

November 2018
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November Senior Spectrum Newspaper is now on-line.


Social Security Benefits to Increase in 2019

Each year Social Security announces the annual costofliving adjustment (COLA). Usually there is an increase in the Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefit amount people receive each month, starting the following January. By law, federal benefits increase when the cost of living rises, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPIW).

The CPIW rises when prices increase for the things the average consumer buys. This means that when prices for goods and services purchased become more expensive, on average, the COLA increases monthly benefit levels and helps Medicare beneficiaries keep up with the changing cost of living.

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Senior Spectrum Newspaper in PDF

The Senior Spectrum Newspaper is available to download in PDF format. The Newspaper is divided in several sections for your convenience.



Golden Pages - Information & Referral Guide

Now has its own website - take a look

Golden Pages Senior Resource and Information Guide was founded in 1987 by Senior Spectrum Newspapers, and publishers Chris and Connie McMullen, who realized the tremendous need for senior resource information that helps connect people and resources.

Golden Pages is the most trusted comprehensive Senior Resource Guide with thousands of FREE listings on Retirement, Financial & Banking, Retirement Planning, Senior Living, Health, Transportation, Elder Care and More ... if you need to find a resource - Golden Pages is the place.

Editor's Desk Radio Program

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