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Create a Plan for Better Budgeting

Learn how you can build a plan to better manage your finances, including finding ideas for financial planning, how to earn extra income, and ways to use prepaid cards wisely.

If you’re not sure how money management works, you’re not alone. Budgeting your money is the simplest place to start, no matter your age. Start by telling us your goals.

Tell us about your goals.

How do you feel about money? Do you not think about it much? Or do you spend most days worrying about it? Tell us about your financial situation.

Describe your current situation.

Knowing how to set up and use a budget is perhaps one of the most important steps you can take to gain better control over your money. Here's a personalized plan that NCOA's Budget CheckUp created for you.

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Home modifications are changes like installing a wheelchair ramp or bathroom grab bars to help people continue to live in their homes as they age.

Medicaid a program for people with low income and resources.

Medicare is a program for people 65+, people with End-Stage Renal Disease or ALS, and younger people who are disabled under Social Security rules.

Medicare Savings Programs can help pay insurance premiums and might also cover Part A and B deductibles, coinsurance, and copayments.

Legal advice can be a lifeline for problems with medical bills, abuse cases, applying for public benefits, a potential home foreclosure, etc.

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