Protecting Your Loved Ones from Elder Fraud

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In 2022, Phyllis Wiseberg, a 90-year-old widow lost $20,000 when cybercriminals withdrew the money from her account. Her story, shared by the National Council on Aging, is devastating, but unfortunately not uncommon. Financial exploitation is a reality many seniors face, especially in the age of online scams. Here are actions you can take to help…

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5 Resources to Build Financial Literacy

According to most definitions, the term financial literacy refers to understanding how to effectively manage household finances, handle debt, create a budget, and build savings. Working toward financial literacy is the foundation of your relationship with money and can set you up for a lifetime of financial health and wellness. As a trusted national nonprofit,…

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5 Ways to Make Money Resolutions That Stick

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The New Year is a time for new beginnings. Are you ready to make money resolutions that stick?   Eliminating debt, learning new spending habits, or building savings are choices that can change your life. They can affect your entire well-being from stress levels, to physical and mental health.   When considered as one big…

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