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  • Embrace the Change: Postal Rate Increase and Maximizing Postal Discounts
    Embrace the Change: Postal Rate Increase and Maximizing Postal Discounts

    Embrace the Change: Postal Rate Increase and Maximizing Postal Discounts

    As your trusted partner in all things print and digital, we've got some important news to share. If you've been keeping an eye on recent headlines, you might have noticed that the U.S. Postal Service has implemented a slight adjustment in their postage rates for 2024.

    As of January 21st, the price of a First-Class Mail Forever stamp has been increased by two cents, from 66 cents to 68 cents.

    Now, we understand that any increase can seem daunting at first, but let's put a positive spin on this. It's not just about cost - it's about value. The U.S. Postal Service continues to provide a vital, reliable service that reaches every address in the nation. It's a small price to

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  • USPS Increases Postal rates

    The United States Postal Service has announced an increase in postal rates that will take effect on July 9th, 2023. The new rates include a 5.4% overall increase, with a three-cent boost in the price of a first-class mail forever stamp from 63 cents to 66 cents. The increase is based on three components allowed by PRC, with the CPI accounting for 3.4%, density rate authority at 0.9% and retirement rate authority is 1.0%. Additionally, Congress passed a regulation in 2021 that allows USPS to increase postal rates by two additional authorities besides CPI,

    1.) Density to offset mail volume declines

    2.) Retirement to fund USPS employee retirement – which ends after July 2026.

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