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    • The record setting inflation numbers being reported all year have led to speculation on what the Cost of Living Increase for Social Security recipients might be in 2023. COLA is figured on the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners (CPI-W) for the third quarter (July, August & September) of the current year of the…

      4+ weeks ago
    • We have all seen the “temporary” surcharges as inflation has eroded buying power. A $.50 gas bump. Something similar for meat. In recognition Congress is considering a $200 per month bump for Social Security beneficiaries. A bill introduced by Representative Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) & Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) would add another $200 to Social Security…

      a month+ ago

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    • Summer 2021 Newsletter STILL STANDING…AND PRACTICING I published the first issue of Social Security & You in Spring of 1993.  Some years I’ve published more issues than others.  The most recent issue was dated Spring 2019: over 2 years ago.  The world was a much different place then.  Especially for me.  Read the full newsletter…

      a year+ ago
    • Spring 2019 Newsletter An Opioid Story I’ve changed his name. Let’s call him Gerald. He was a laborer. And by that I don’t mean that he just did physical work. He was a card-carrying member the Labor’s Union local. And that meant a lot to him. I represented him for Social Security disability and Michigan…

      3+ years ago

    ANNUAL REPORT OF THE SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD OF TRUSTEES SHOWS IMPROVEMENT

    The Social Security Board of Trustees issued its annual report on June 2, 2022. The combined asset reserves of the 2 trust funds (Old-Age and Survivors Insurance and Disability Insurance) are projected to become depleted in 2035, one year later than last year. Social Security could pay 80% of benefits due at that time.
    Individually, the OASI fund is projected to become depleted in 2034, one year later than last year’s estimate, with 77% of benefits payable at that time.
    The DI trust fund is not projected to be depleted during the 75 year projection period.

    Call today if you have questions about the Michigan Social Security Disability Attorney and Lawyer Services provided by William Crawforth.

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