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WISER Forum on June 25th!

Join WISER at our upcoming forum on June 25th, "Expanding Savings and Retirement Opportunities: Federal and State Solutions for the Generations." This forum will feature the iOme Challenge winning team of students who will discuss their advisory paper response to this year's challenge questions. Click here for more details about the event, or register online now.


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May is Older Americans Month

WISER is joining our partner, the Administration for Community Living, to celebrate Older Americans Month. This year's theme is "Get Into the Act," which encourages older adults to stay healthy, active, and engaged. Looking for a fun way to get into the act? Check out WISER's storybook for kids, "Sonja Meets Her Future Self." Read this book to the grandkids and other children in your life to help them understand the importance of saving!

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The Financial Impact of Widowhood

Widowhood is a vulnerable period both emotionally and financially. The more we can help women prepare for this likely event, the better their chances for living out their retirement years with a sense of dignity and security. Check out WISER’s blog to learn more about this important topic. This blog is part of an ongoing series for the Campaign for a Secure Retirement and Older Americans Month.

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WISER Newsletter Winter 2015

How to Find a Financial Adviser
Financial planning can feel overwhelming, regardless of income, or financial knowledge. For many, the idea of finding a financial planner seems equally challenging. In this issue, we take you through the process and the information you need to find a planner.

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Use WISER's calculator to determine when you should start saving for retirement and how much you can really afford to save. It's an excel file.