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Doing Something Good with National Volunteer Month

As more and more Americans cross into retirement age, economic security for older adults is becoming precarious.


Tax-Time Tips to Remember Year-Round

Whether you’ve already filed your taxes or still need to do so, here are 5 tips to remember now and throughout the year to maximize your savings, keep track of your budget, and avoid financial scams.


A Second Chance to Switch Medicare Advantage Plans

A new opportunity to switch Medicare Advantage/Part C plans is happening right now. The annual Medicare[...]


Listen to Your Heart and Help Raise Awareness About Valve Disease

Recognizing the need to raise awareness about heart valve disease, more than 55 organizations—led by the Alliance for Aging Research and including NCOA—come together each year on Feb. 22 with the common goal of encouraging people to Listen to their Hearts.


Older Adults Received February SNAP Benefits Early: Impact and Next Steps

During the federal government shutdown last month, the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) requested that states issue February’s benefits in January to ensure that people received them during the shutdown. Here’s what the means for beneficiaries, who are used to receiving their benefits once per month.