Cost-of-Living Adjustment

Below we have a table depicting the Federal Retiree COLA history from 1999 through 2018. Cost of Living increases are measured by the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers (CPI-W). Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits are adjusted to reflect any increase in the cost of living. The cost-of-living adjustment protects the purchasing power of Social Security and SSI benefits.

We are offering free benefits education for Federal Employees. The Federal Retirement Benefits Center empowers people like yourself who are ready to plan for retirement.  We do this by offering educational programs that explain your benefits in detail, and clarify any points that will help you plan for your future. The Federal Retirement Help Group holds workshops, seminars, webinars and individual meetings.  We explain your benefits to you in a clear and easy to understand way. If you work

There may be some confusion when it comes to death benefits for federal employees. We are the Federal Retirement Benefits Center, financial professionals and educators who help you understand the benefits you have earned as a federal employee. We can answer questions you may have regarding benefits your beneficiaries will receive should you die while still in Federal service. We conduct Federal Retirement Workshops to explain the subtleties and intricacies of your benefits.  <