If you think you’ll come up short in retirement, here are some ways to get more money.
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.
Here’s some legislation Congress should consider to help the 25 percent of voters who are older than 65.
Here are three end-of-the-year steps to take to make sure your retirement budget is in good shape.
Genworth identifies out-of-pocket savings from early long-term care planning.
Eligibility for government programs that help the poor is a moving target, and eligibility can vanish if the recipient’s income rises.