Seniors are often on a fixed income, such as an annuity, pension or Social Security. This can make it difficult to meet living costs, especially in the face of inflation. Studies have found that 4.9 million seniors live in poverty and more than 7 million are food insecure. This means that many seniors in the United States struggle with hunger, isolation, housing and income worries.
Thankfully, federal, state and local governments have programs aimed at helping seniors meet their needs. Federal and state governments offer financial assistance for housing, health care, transport, food and more. To help you easily access the resources you need, this article identifies available trusted public federal and state organizations that offer public benefits. Click HERE to read more.
Whether you’re nearing retirement age, have a significant disability or are struggling to meet your basic needs, you may be entitled to Social Security. This federal program includes several different components that can provide valuable financial assistance regardless of your age. Here’s what you need to know about eligibility and how to claim your benefits. Click HERE to learn more about Social Security and aging. Our business is built on a foundation of thoughtful client relationships.