Too Many Impoverished Elderly Overlook Government Help

Millions of senior citizens are living in poverty without financial assistance from the federal government that they are eligible to claim. And according to research, most of them are single women.  The question is, why? Supplemental Security Insurance, or SSI, is government-provided income designed to bring an individual’s income up to a minimum level. According to the Social Security website, to be eligible, you must be at least age 65 or, if under this age, you must be blind or disabled. You must also meet stringent financial thresholds…Read More


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