There is no fear of the government's retreating from payment of the cost-of-living
today issued the following statement regarding the announcement that federal retirees and Social Security recipients will see no cost-of-living
adjustment in January:
5 percent raises to county government's approximately 200 nonunion employees - the first across-the-board cost-of-living
increase for those workers, most of them managers and supervisors, since 2008.
THE human cost of the government-induced cost-of-living
crisis is seen most starkly in people's changing diets and the impact on people's health.
Summary: JEDDAH: Foreign workers contracted by various government bodies will by paid the 15 percent cost-of-living
allowance on equal footing with their Saudi colleagues, local daily Al-Watan reported Friday, citing the Ministry of Finance.
Some observers have questioned whether the federal aid formula appropriately accounts for geographic cost-of-living
Recently, Triplett (2001, F331) had strongly contended that "the theory of the cost-of-living
index does provide the underlying conceptual rationale for constructing a practical CPI.
Summary: The cost-of-living
index of July has risen by 5.
TBRB is offering, on a trial basis, a new web-based cost-of-living
He cited increased cost-of-living
expenses, especially the meteoric rise in fuel costs, as among the factors that make a minimum-wage increase a necessity.
With subsequent cost-of-living
increases, Congress sought to provide 85 percent of the average cost of a new automobile, and later 80 percent.
For most limitations, the increase in the cost-of-living
index met the statutory thresholds that trigger their adjustment.