Senior Concerns offers two free presentations



In partnership with the National Council on Aging, Senior Concerns is offering one-stop shops for free economic check-ups to assist low-income adults in managing budgets, saving money, finding work, and setting financial goals.
Participants in the economic check-up program must be age 55 or older with a household income at or below 250 percent of the federal poverty guidelines: $29,425 per individual or $39,825 per couple.
A One-Stop Shop is scheduled for Mon., May 23 at the Goebel Adult Commun...

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