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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.

Former Florida attorney who stole millions from 108-year-old will serve jail time, authorities said

Jun 27, 2022 - A now-disbarred attorney has been sentenced to 5 years in prison after fraudulently becoming power of attorney for a centenarian and draining millions from her finances.

What today’s retirees want future retirees to know

Jun 22, 2022 - A recent survey of retirees by the Employee Benefits Research Institute reveals that a majority of respondents would advise their younger selves to change their financial habits to save more money and begin saving earlier.

Supporting aging populations worldwide

Jun 21, 2022 - The National Academy of Medicine recently issued a Global Roadmap for Healthy Longevity as a way to respond to the needs of aging populations.

New UN guide aims to tackle growing problem of elder abuse

Jun 15, 2022 - In observation of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, the United Nations has published a guide combatting ageism and elder abuse.

Customer Advisory: Be Alert and Share Information to Help Seniors Avoid Fraud

Jun 15, 2022 - In honor of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission warns senior citizens to be wary of possible investor scams.