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with Bill Corley, CFPTransitioning to retirement requires careful planning to maximize Social Security benefits. When and how you elect benefits, and how you manage other income and savings, can make a big difference in the taxes you pay and the lifestyle you enjoy. Question/answer period is included.Preregistration is mandatory. Ages 21+
Presented by Elder Care ManagementCaring for a loved one and planning for the future can be a daunting task. Not everyone is a planner, and people have different levels of comfort with outlining a path for the future. This presentation will focus on creating a plan and utilizing available community resources. In addition, the talk will emphasize support mechanisms that help the care provider remain healthy.
with Bill Corley, CFPEmployed adults age 50+ may minimize or eliminate taxes on Social Security benefits with careful planning before they retire. Taxes are different in retirement… learn effective ways to balance benefits and other income in order to keep more of your hard-earned money. Question/answer period is included.Preregistration is mandatory. Ages 21+
SeniorLink is a prevention and early intervention program designed to provide support services to older adults (age 55+) experiencing isolation and/or early signs of depression or anxiety. Come learn about the all of the activities and outings SeniorLink provides each week!
Presented by Snowline HospiceJoin us for a free screening and discussion of the PBS Frontline film Being Mortal. Based on the best-selling book by Atul Gawande, MD, this documentary explores the hopes of patients and families facing terminal illness and their relationships with the physicians who treat them. See the film and be part of a national conversation that brings medical professionals and community members together around the shared responsibility of discussing what matters most to patients and families facing difficult treatment decisions and how to have these conversations ahead of a medical crisis. There will be a one-hour screening followed by an hour of facilitated discussion. Light refreshments will be provided.
Presented by ApexCareEvery year, thousands of seniors fall victim to scams that steal their identity, drain their bank accounts, and destroy years of excellent credit. Scams come in many forms and are changing all the time. Learn about the most recent scams, how to find out if a letter, phone call or email is a scam, and most of all, how to avoid being the victim of a scam. Rhonda Goldsmith, the principal educator for ApexCare's Family Caregiver Education Program, has put together a comprehensive list of scams and tools to help you avoid being taken in by these fraudulent schemes, as well as resources to help if you are the victim of a scam.
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