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May is Older Americans Month - Age Out Loud!

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Each May, the Administration for Community Living leads a celebration of older Americans. This year's theme, Age Out Loud, shines a light on important trends. More than ever before, older Americans are working longer, engaging in their communities, striving for wellness, focusing on independence, and advocating for themselves and others.

Let's amplify the many voices of older Americans and raise awareness of vital aging issues across the country. Learn more about how to get involved.

WISER Forum on June 21, 2017

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The Millennial Perspective: An Intergenerational Discussion on Retirement Solutions - This annual WISER forum will feature the iOme Challenge winning team of students who will discuss their advisory paper in response to this year's Challenge question. The iOme Challenge is a national competition to raise awareness of the nation's retirement crisis and the need for the millennial generation to save for their futures.

A keynote speaker, panels of experts and congressional staff leaders will also discuss current legislative proposals. Click here for more event details and register to attend.

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Here's Why Financial Literacy is for Everyone

It is important for every person to educate themselves about their finances, but know that you don't need to be a financial expert to make smart decisions. Some good, basic information can go a long way.

Check out WISER's blog to learn more about the importance of financial literacy, and download a great resource from WISER that can help guide you through financial decisions at every stage in life.

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