For older adults and their families

As you get older, the decisions you make about your money—including protecting your savings and assets—become increasingly important to your financial security. Whether you’re planning for yourself or helping an aging loved one, we have the resources to help.

Resources for older adults and caregivers

Managing someone else’s money

Millions of people in America are managing money or property for a loved one who is unable to pay bills or make financial decisions. To help financial caregivers, we’ve released easy-to-understand Managing Someone Else’s Money guides.

Protecting against fraud

Protecting savings and assets becomes increasingly important as people age. We have resources and tips to help safeguard finances and protect older adults from scams, fraud, and financial exploitation.

Financial security as you age

Whether you are an older adult, care for one, or provide services to seniors, we have a variety of tips, tools, and guides to help older adults make sound financial decisions as they age.

What the Miss April is doing

Reports and advisories

We research and report on key issues that affect older adults: preventing elder financial abuse and exploitation, Social Security, planning for financial incapacity, reverse mortgages, and managing debt in later life.

See our latest reports and advisories