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Poverty reduction

Older adults often live on fixed incomes, which can be a significant challenge, particularly when faced with increases in the cost of living, or with other unexpected costs like auto repairs. These financial pressures may be alleviated through various government programs. Read more in our resources below about how we can strengthen financial supports for current and future older adults to reduce the risk of living in poverty.

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