Due to a sharp rise in the cost of living adjustment this year, the Social Security Administration is increasing benefits for Americans by 5.8%, the biggest increase since 1982. On average, that will mean an increase of $63 a month. 

In 1982, the administration gave recipients a 7.4% increase. This year, it was 2.3%.

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