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5: Conclusion

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Financial Well-Being Resources


  • Visit ChoosetoSave to calculate savings goals, savings potential, compound interest, earnings from potential investments and more.
  • Use AARP’s Retirement Calculator to estimate how your current retirement savings habits are working for you.

Credit, Debt and Spending


  • The Insurance Information Institute offers insurance statistics and a glossary for common insurance terms.
  • Visit for information on caring for aging family members or preparing for your own long-term care, including what is covered by Medicare/Medicaid.
  • The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) offers a public education program (InsureU) to help you with insurance information.
  • Use the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ website to check if an insurer is licensed in your state. Check for complaints and whether the claims are serviced promptly. The site also offers a map to help you locate state insurance departments for company and agent licensing information.



Social Security

Spending and Saving


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