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Economic Security: Tools for Elder Hispanics

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  • Website: National Council on Aging (US)
  • Resource type: Blog

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This resource describes how hispanic seniors are at a greater risk for poverty and the barriers that prevent them from retiring on time. Use this resource to learn tips on how to achieve financial security using online tools.

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budget, cultural barriers, low income, retirement plan

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Rated on: 12/31/2018 7:26:19 PM

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