Thursday, October 16, 2008

Young people are such SUCKERS!! Nananana

Hey young folks....go get a job, you are going to need it to pay all my benefits.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Social Security benefits for 50 million people will go up 5.8 percent next year, the largest increase in more than a quarter century.

The increase, which will start in January, was announced Thursday by the Social Security Administration. It will mean an additional $63 per month for the average retiree.

It's the largest increase since a 7.4 percent jump in 1982 and is more than double the 2.3 percent rise that retirees got in their monthly checks starting in January of this year.