Are Workers' Compensation Benefits Protected Against the Rising Cost of Living?
The cost of living (almost always) goes up year over year. If your earnings aren’t keeping pace, something has to give. In the short run, you might be able to carpool more, eat out less, switch to generic products, and maybe repair your old car rather than buy that new SUV. In the long run, if the cost of living continues to outpace your earnings, you might have to take on a second (or third) job, downsize your home, move to a lower cost city, or go back ...
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