Social Security announced two changes: one relatively substantial, one not. Both were generally expected.

First, the small change. The cost-of-living adjustment will increase about one-third of 1% in 2017. That 0.3% increase will raise the average monthly Social Security benefit for more than 60 million Americans, according to the Social Security Administration, by about $4 to about $1,360.

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