[Nfbofsc] Did you get ahead or lose a few dollars for 2017?
Steve & Shannon Cook
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Thu Dec 22 02:38:54 UTC 2016
The same thing happens with our salaries with the state. They say you get a
cost of living adjustment, but then they go up on insurance, taxes, etc.
that offsets that, making the take-home pay less than where you started.
One step forward and two steps back.
Steve and Shannon Cook
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From: NFBofSC [mailto:nfbofsc-bounces at nfbnet.org] On Behalf Of Vicki
Phillips via NFBofSC
Sent: Wednesday, December 21, 2016 2:16 PM
To: NFB of South Carolina Mailing List
Cc: Vicki Phillips
Subject: Re: [Nfbofsc] Did you get ahead or lose a few dollars for 2017?
Goes down every year relative to usable income.
On 12/21/16, David Houck via NFBofSC <nfbofsc at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> How many of you after receiving notice from Social Security that your
> check will go up by a whopping three-tenths of one percent have
> figured out that after Medicare and other deductions your check is
> actually reduced by a few dollars beginning January 2017? Look at
> your Social Security statement for 2017!
> David Houck
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