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It’s in the Cards: New Financial Education Toolkit from the National Council on Aging

The National Council on Aging (NCOA) today released the latest in its series of Savvy Savings Seniors® financial education tools, It’s in the Cards, which focuses on helping seniors protect and manage their various government-issued electronic benefit cards, prepaid debit cards, and gift cards.

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Top Hits from 2013

Did you miss these stories? Take a second look at some of the most popular news we shared last year on topics like turning 65, scams, falls prevention, and more.

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New Year, New Ways to Save

What’s your New Year’s resolution? Eating healthier, exercising more, or cleaning out the attic? What about getting your financial house in order? Take our new EconomicCheckUp® to get started!

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NCOA Applauds Senate Aging Committee Hearing and Calls for Congressional Action on Long-Term Care

NCOA applauds Senate Aging Committee Chairman Nelson and Ranking Member Collins for convening a hearing today to advance solutions to the long-term care challenges facing millions of seniors, people with disabilities, and their families.

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7 Top Trends Affecting Benefits Programs for 2013

Many key benefits programs witnessed changes in 2013—both good and bad. Here, we summarize the major developments, and how you can help your clients to maximize their benefits.

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Congress Addresses Low-Income Medicare Beneficiary Issues

In its Medicare physician payment bill, the Senate Finance Committee did not make the Qualified Individual (QI) low-income program permanent as 112 national organizations requested, but it would extend the program for five years.

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Congress Heads Home: What’s Left Unfinished?

Members of Congress are heading home this week for the holiday recess. Here is a summary of what they have accomplished—and what’s still on the table for January 2014—when it comes to the federal budget and sequester, the Farm Bill and SNAP, and unemployment insurance.

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New Online Tool from the National Council on Aging Provides Older Adults an EconomicCheckUp®

NCOA today launched a new online tool, EconomicCheckUp®, to assist older Americans with budgeting, saving money, employment, and achieving greater financial security.

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Want to Educate Seniors about Arthritis and Bone Health?

NISC is partnering with the U.S. Bone and Joint Initiative to offer member senior centers two free public education programs: Experts in Arthritis and Fit to a T.

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Make Giving Back Your New Year’s Resolution!

Find out about NISC’s virtual teams—and join one that suits your interests! Read more from NISC Chair Carol Reagan.

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