Retirement finances are a worry for almost everyone in the over 50 generation, and getting good information is sometimes difficult. Sure, there is information out there, but what is good and what isn’t?
So here you will find resources that can help you sort out the world of retirement finance. Of course, a good personal financial consultant is always a good idea as well.
- Application Forms Center. National Council on Aging. Program fact sheets and over 600 application forms for programs that can help pay for prescription drugs and other health-care costs, including state pharmacy programs, patient assistance programs, and your state’s Medicaid and Medicare Savings Programs.
- Elderlaw. HealthDay News for Healthier Living.
- Find Benefits Programs. National Council on Aging. Quickly find federal, state, and private benefit programs available to help you save money on health care, food assistance, prescriptions, utilities, and more.
- Financial Planning with Your Parents. HealthDay News for Healthier Living.
- How to Avoid Fraud. HealthDay News for Healthier Living.
- How to Save Big on Taxes in Retirement. BottomLine
- IRS. Help and Resources for filing taxes.
- National Council on Aging – Economic Security. Programs to help older adults access benefits, explore how to use their home equity wisely, find training and jobs, and better manage their money.
- Social Security Administration has a website that can provide lots of answers to confusing questions.
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