Property Tax Credit Assistance in Butler

Butler Senior Center will have a staff member available on February 14 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to help seniors to apply for Missouri Property Tax Credit, also known as Circuit Breaker. Seniors who qualify may receive up to $750 annually if they are renters or $1,100 if they own their homes. Participants applying for a Missouri Property Tax Credit need to bring photo identification, proof of Social Security numbers, as well as a receipt for paid property tax Read More

Property Tax Credit Assistance in Rich Hill

Kern Center will have a volunteer available to help seniors to apply for Missouri Property Tax Credit, also known as Circuit Breaker. Seniors who qualify may receive up to $750 annually if they are renters or $1,100 if they own their homes. Participants applying for a Missouri Property Tax Credit need to bring photo identification, proof of Social Security numbers, as well as a receipt for paid property tax or a receipt for total rent paid. The property tax rebate Read More

Personal Healthcare Journal presentation in Sedalia

This little journal could become your best friend as you keep up with your health care and help fight Medicare Fraud — which costs BILLIONS of taxpayers’ dollars every year.  Join us for a free, short and informative session on the Personal Healthcare Journal. You will receive your own copy as well as instructions on how to use it.

Are you Smarter than a Scam Artist? presentation in Holden

Are you Smarter than a Scam Artist? Find out in our free interactive presentation: Holden Sr. Center 204 W. Second, Holden, MO  

Money Management:What Every Woman Should Know – Wheatland

McCarty Senior Center will offer a free seminar titled “Money Management: What Every Woman Should Know” The seminar, which lasts about 90 minutes, is geared toward women 65 and older; however, the sessions are open to spouses, adult children or potential caregivers as well. Participants will learn about income needs and sources; savings and investments; credit card debt; long-term care insurance; and financial planning professionals. They also will be armed with the information to make a financial to-do list. As a non-profit Read More

Money Management:What Every Woman Should Know – Osceola

Rivers Crossing Life Center will offer a free seminar titled “Money Management: What Every Woman Should Know.” The seminar, which lasts about 90 minutes, is geared toward women 65 and older; however, the sessions are open to spouses, adult children or potential caregivers as well. Participants will learn about income needs and sources; savings and investments; credit card debt; long-term care insurance; and financial planning professionals. They also will be armed with the information to make a financial to-do list. As a Read More

Seniors Fit & Fun in Carrollton

Seniors Fit & Fun, Free Admission. This event will have numerous activities to promote wellness in partnership with Carroll County Memorial Hospital.  A sandwiched boxed supper will be available to purchase. Please call Vivian to reserve your supper sack at 660-542-0399

Personal Healthcare Journal presentation in Nevada

This little journal could become your best friend as you keep up with your health care and help fight Medicare Fraud — which costs BILLIONS of taxpayers’ dollars every year.  Join us for a free, short and informative session on the Personal Healthcare Journal. You will receive your own copy as well as instructions on how to use it.

Are You Smarter Than a Scam Artist?

Find out if you are smarter than a scam artist in our free interactive presentation.  Free and open to the public.

Care Connection offers free Money Management seminar in five counties

Senior centers in five West Central Missouri counties will offer a free seminar titled “Money Management: What Every Woman Should Know” monthly through June. Care Connection for Aging Services’ care managers will offer the repeating seminar in Henry, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis and Saline counties. The seminar, which lasts about 90 minutes, is geared toward women 6065 and older; however, the sessions are open to spouses, adult children or potential caregivers as well. Participants will learn about income needs and sources; Read More