Newsletter addresses money management matters

Care Connection has begun producing a newsletter to keep seniors informed of financial tips and resources. We have linked to the most recent edition of the Money Management Newsletter. Enjoy! Click here to see the most recent Money Management Newsletter.

Free Money Management Workshop in Butler

The Butler Senior Center will offer a free seminar titled “Money Management: What Every Woman Should Know” at 10:30 a.m. March 5. Care Connection for Aging Services’ Bates County Care Manager Artricia Lowry will teach the 90-minute session at the center at 611 W Mill in Butler. The seminar is geared toward women 65 and older; however, the sessions are open to spouses, adult children and potential caregivers as well. Participants will learn about income needs and sources; savings and Read More

Free Money Management Workshop in Nevada

The Neal Center will offer a free seminar titled “Money Management: What Every Woman Should Know” at 10:00 a.m. March 7. Care Connection for Aging Services’ Vernon County Care Manager Artricia Lowry will teach the 90-minute session at the center at 301 N Main St in Nevada. The seminar is geared toward women 65 and older; however, the sessions are open to spouses, adult children and potential caregivers as well. Participants will learn about income needs and sources; savings and Read More

Free Money Management for Women Workshop in Warsaw

Warsaw Senior Center in Harbor Village will offer a free seminar titled “Money Management: What Every Woman Should Know” at 1 p.m. March 23. Care Connection for Aging Services’ Benton County Care Manager Dee Locke will teach the 90-minute session at the center at 17571 North Dam Access Road, Warsaw. The seminar is geared toward women 65 and older; however, the sessions are open to spouses, adult children and potential caregivers as well. Participants will learn about income needs and Read More

Free Property Tax Credit Assistance at Margaret Gray Center

The Margaret Gray Center in Lexington will have a staff member available on March 13 from 9:30 a.m. to noon to help seniors to apply for Missouri Property Tax Credit, also known as the 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 Read More