News on Aging & Financial Health

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Get the Facts on Economic Security for Seniors

Jul 15, 2022 - Millions of older adults are struggling to live above the poverty level and agencies such as the National Council on Aging have programs in place to provide assistance.

Phishing explained: from fake court summons to forged corporate documents

Jul 14, 2022 - The word "phishing" has become synonymous with scams, but it actually refers to specific methods of gathering sensitive information.

The nonstop scam economy is costing us more than just money

Jul 13, 2022 - The constant barrage of scam attempts made through our phones and computers increases stress and causes mental strain even when these schemes are unsuccessful.

Economic worries further older Americans’ pandemic-era plans to delay retirement, survey finds

Jul 09, 2022 - The concept of retirement is undergoing a transformation due to a variety of positive and negative factors.

3 plead guilty to financial scam targeted at grandparents

Jul 06, 2022 - Three men recently pled guilty to defrauding numerous Rhode Island senior citizens out of $350,000 by posing as grandchildren who needed bail money.

Silver Stars a golden opportunity for retired city employees to return to work

Jun 30, 2022 - The New York City Department for the Aging has launched the Silver Stars program that brings retired workers back to city agencies as part-time employees, creating an age-inclusive workforce with extensive knowledge, experience, and skills.