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Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released...
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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  • Washington, D.C. resident John Butler, 60, retired as a civiilan naval architect for the U.S. Coast Guard and relies heavily on the disability check he receives each month. Butler and others receiving Social Security checks for retirement and disability will see an increase of 1.7% starting in January, the Labor Department said. The rise is based on data from the consumer-cost index released Tuesday, October 16, 2012. Other Americans, including federal retirees who receive pension checks from the government, will also likely see a similar cost-of-living increase. CREDIT: Lexey Swall for The Wall Street Journal
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