The National Council on Aging has a to-do list for Congress to ensure more older Americans achieve health and economic security.
A $1 donation to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) provides up to $60 in benefits to seniors.
Vaccinations are free for Medicare participants and people insured under the ACA.
Only 4 out of 10 elderly people who qualify for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program sign up for benefits.
Paying attention so you don’t fall could save you from breaking your nest egg.
Help is available for retirees who need special assistance navigating Medicare and other programs.
Eligibility for government programs that help the poor is a moving target, and eligibility can vanish if the recipient’s income rises.
Home is where the money is for many middle-income people who are struggling with retirement planning. While many boomers don’t have big retirement savings funds and their pensions are skimpy or non-existent, even after the real estate meltdown, their homes are still a big asset. The National Council on Aging has set up a website,
For many, retirement brings serious financial challenges. If that’s true for you, here’s some information to factor into your retirement planning. More than 80 percent of people 60 and older with incomes that are less than 250 percent of the federal poverty level are eligible for — but not enrolled — in one or more