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Changing Social Security COLA Formula Would Hurt Current Retirees | AARP

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Published on Dec 14, 2012

AARP's Deb Whitman discusses how moving to a "chained CPI" inflation measure for the Social Security COLA would have a real impact on current retirees -- and many are already barely scraping by.

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