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Ed Cates

Chairman

The Senior Citizens League

HQ Phone:  (800) 333-8725

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The Senior Citizens League

909 N. Washington Street # 300

Alexandria, Virginia,22314

United States

Company Description

The Senior Citizens League has a 501(c)4 classification from the Internal Revenue Service. Our mission is to promote and assist members and supporters, to educate and alert senior citizens about their rights and freedoms as U.S. citizens, and to protect and de... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Safety Specialist

Compass Airlines


Logistics Analyst Supervisor

Serco Group plc


Group Superintendent

United States Air Force


Squad Leader - Indirect Infantry

U.S. Army


Affiliations

The Retired Enlisted Association

Board Member


Chapter 1

Chapter Treasurer


Active Duty

Treasurer and Trustee


Finance Ways & Means

National Treasurer


TREA Memorial Foundation

Vice Chair


Education

BS degree

Business Administration

Regis University.


Web References(65 Total References)


nscc-online.org

"There appears to be a high risk of either an extremely low annual cost-of-living adjustment next year, or worse - none at all," said Ed Cates, chairman of The Senior Citizens League (TCSL), an advocacy group for retirees.
"To put it in perspective, for every $100 worth of expenses seniors could afford in 2000, they can afford just $77 today," Mr. Cates said.


www.trea.org

Ed Cates
Ed Cates Senior Citizens League Chairman Ed Cates joined TREA in 1988. He is a member of Chapter 1 in Colorado Springs, CO, where he currently serves as the Chapter Treasurer. He previously served as Secretary, Director and 1st Vice. Ed has served as the Vice Chair of the Memorial Foundation and Treasurer, He is currently serving as the Chairman of The Senior Citizen's League. Ed earned his BS degree in Business Administration from Regis University.. He retired from the USAF as an E9 in 1996. Ed serves as Bingo Manager for Chapter 1. Ed and his wife, Irmgard, currently reside in Colorado Springs, CO.


www.trea.org

The Senior Citizens League: Ed Cates
719-332-5726 ectrea@comcast.net


www.lifeafter50online.com [cached]

"While there's been a temporary improvement in the buying power of Social Security benefits recently, the drop in inflation is now so large that the cost-of-living adjustment for 2016 may be zero," said Ed Cates, chairman of The Senior Citizens League.
To put that in perspective, for every $100 worth of expenditures seniors could afford in 2000, they can afford only $78 today, Cates said. The League opposes budget proposals popular in Washington that would further decrease the annual COLAs. One such proposal is known as the chained COLA, which would base calculation of inflation on different standards than the one currently used. Those proposals "would put millions of older and disabled Americans at risk of insufficient income to cover more growing expenses," Cates said.


www.lifeafter50online.com

"Probably not enough to prevent a loss of benefit buying power," says Ed Cates, Chairman of The Senior Citizens League, a nonpartisan seniors group.


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