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Financial wellness and employment

While many of us look forward to retirement, a growing number of older adults are working beyond 65 to keep active, supplement their income, and continue contributing to society. While older workers are often experienced, reliable, and more flexible in their schedules, there are challenges for both employers and employees. Learn more about topics such as ageism, financial literacy, pensions, and consumer protection by browsing the topics below.

Older adults increasingly targeted by fraud and scams
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A nest egg for our old days: Helping older adults manage their finances
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Making the transition to retirement
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