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Caring for Yourself When Caring for Others


Did you know that 43.5 million people provide unpaid care to an adult or child each year? And 60% of those caregivers are women. That's why it is important to take time to care for yourself and encourage other caregivers you know to do the same. One way to care for yourself is to make sure you keep yourself on track financially when caring for someone else.

Check out WISER's Financial Steps for Caregivers: What You Need to Know About Protecting Your Money and Retirement. And read WISER's recent blog series for features about caregiving and protecting your finances.


Toolkit - Savvy Saving Seniors: Steps to Avoiding Scams

WISER and the National Council on Aging developed a toolkit to help professionals educate older adults about protecting their economic security and avoiding common financial scams. This newly revised toolkit provides everything you need to host an education workshop in your local community. Topics include an overview of popular scams targeting seniors, tips for avoiding them, and next steps for victims of financial fraud. Access the free toolkit online today!

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Medicare Open Enrollment is Going on Now! What You Need To Know

Medicare open enrollment is a period of time during which current Medicare users can re-evaluate and adjust their coverage. That may mean switching coverage, adding additional coverage, or dropping coverage. This year, Medicare open enrollment will take place between October 15 and December 7.

Check out WISER's blog and learn more about what you need to consider during open enrollment season and why you might benefit from taking a closer look at your current Medicare plan.

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