News on Aging & Financial Health

Recent News Stories

Most older adults want to 'age in place' but many haven't taken steps to help them do so

Apr 13, 2022 - A new poll shows that many people who intend to age in place are not prepared to accommodate their future needs.

4 Retirement Savings Strategies for Family Caregivers

Apr 08, 2022 - Family caregivers can adapt their future retirement planning to help balance their current financial responsibilities.

Iowa legislature approves harsher penalties for elder abuse, criminalizes financial exploitation

Apr 07, 2022 - Senate File 522, an Iowan bill that establishes protections for older people and increases criminal penalties for crimes against senior citizens, has passed both chambers unanimously.

‘Aging is primarily a women’s issue’: Women face longer lives, less retirement savings

Apr 01, 2022 - Retirement concerns of women differ from those of men since women live longer on average, are more likely to be caregivers in their lifetime, and tend to save less.

100 year-old National Park Service Ranger Betty Reid Soskin retires after remarkable career

Mar 31, 2022 - Betty Reid Soskin, the oldest park ranger in America who was highlighted in EverSafe's September 2021 Newsletter, has retired.

FBI Releases the Internet Crime Complaint Center 2021 Internet Crime Report

Mar 22, 2022 - The Internet Crime Complaint Center of the FBI recently released its annual report, which lists personal data breach as one of the top three cybercrimes reported by victims in 2021.