7 Critical Updates to Social Security in 2022

2022 is almost here and there are 7 things you need to know about Social Security!

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00:00 Intro
00:13 COLA
00:45 Max Benefit Increased
01:01 Max Earnings Increased
01:36 New Retirement Age
01:59 Max Taxable Earnings Increased
02:15 New Earnings Requirements
02:33 One Major Problem

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2022 is almost here and there are 7 things you need to know about Social Security!

I’m Nicole from Low Income Relief, where we help millions of people save money and get free stuff.

First, there is a COLA increase. If you receive Social Security benefits (including SSI and SSDI), you’ll see a 5.9% increase in 2022. That’s an average monthly increase of $92 for retired workers and $133 for people receiving SSDI. By contrast, the 2021 COLA was just 1.3%.

Second, the maximum monthly Social Security benefit has increased. In 2022, the maximum benefit will be $3,345 per month. That’s an increase of $197 over the 2021 maximum.

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