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Policymakers have proposed changing the way Social Security’s cost-of-living adjustment is calculated. They propose moving from the current calculation to a chained price index, which grows more slowly than the current method and would reduce spending on Social Security and other federally administered programs, like Supplemental Security Income and veterans pensions, according to the AARP Public Policy Institute in a recent issues paper.


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