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Sue had just $813 a month to survive. Of that, she needed $136 just to pay for two prescriptions. Then Sue met a benefits counselor supported by NCOA. Soon, she was saving thousands of dollars.

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Congress Returns to Tackle Federal Budget

Congress returns from recess this week to start negotiating a final budget package, with the goal of completing work by April 15.

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What's inside the President’s 2016 budget request

The President’s annual budget request once again presents a mixed bag for seniors. It is unlikely to receive support from a Republican Congress, but the Administration’s preferences will be important when a final fiscal year 2016budget is crafted at year’s end.

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NCOA’s Senior SNAP Enrollment Initiative

We’ve released the Request for Proposals for our initiative to help seniors enroll in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). We’re seeking proposals from community-based organizations in two competitive categories ($25,000 and $50,000).

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5 Ways Congress Can Support Seniors in 2015

Several anniversaries in 2015 offer the perfect opportunity for Congress to expand and reinforce its commitment to supporting older Americans’ health and economic security.

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