News on Aging & Financial Health

Recent News Stories

Atypical forms of dementia are being diagnosed more often in people in their 50s and 60s

Dec 06, 2020 - Forms of early-onset dementia other than Alzheimer's are being diagnosed in middle-aged patients.

Scammers step up efforts to target older Americans during pandemic

Dec 02, 2020 - Cybercriminals are purposely setting their sights on senior citizens online as more older people increase their digital usage because of COVID-19 concerns and the approaching holidays.

Connecting Financial Literacy to Cognitive Health and Alzheimer's

Nov 27, 2020 - Two recent studies have shown that maintaining and increasing financial knowledge as you age has a greater impact than previously thought.

Majority of seniors have been targeted by a Social Security scam in the past three months.

Nov 23, 2020 - Older Americans are being contacted repeatedly through various methods by scammers targeting Social Security information.

Power-of-Attorney Abuse Can Drain Your Retirement Savings. Choose One Wisely.

Nov 15, 2020 - Power of Attorney is an instrument that should be used cautiously.

New retirement bill has perks for seniors, student loan borrowers

Nov 12, 2020 - Recently introduced legislation, named Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2020, will offer several retirement-related measures of support.