Do you have the money you need to age well? Whether you’re looking ahead to retirement or already there and want to find ways to make your money last, we’re here for you. Take our free, short assessment to get tips for your situation.


Age Well Planner is a free and confidential tool that helps assess your financial situation.

Take a short assessment to get personal tips
Discover tools to boost your income
Explore programs that can save you money
Lifetime Income

Retirement looks different for everyone. Create a financial plan based on your goals. Learn how to diversify retirement income, reduce debt and budget monthly expenses.
Medicare Options

10,000 people become eligible for Medicare every day. Get help navigating Medicare options and receive a personalized report with information on plans and costs estimates.
Benefits Programs

There are over 2,500+ assistance programs that exist to help older adults with the cost of basic needs like healthcare, medications, housing, food, and utilities. Find out which programs your eligible for and enroll.


The reality is that many people struggle to make ends meet in retirement, we want to reverse this trend and help older adults become financially comfortable. At the National Council on Aging we refer to this as the third phase of your life and we recognized many older adults plan for retirement their whole life, but the questions often left unanswered are

  1. What do you do when you get there;

  2. Do you have enough saved to last the entire time;

  3. What would you do if a Medical emergency occurs?


What is an Annuity and How Does it Work?
An annuity is an investment option that can provide a guaranteed income for an individual or their spouse throughout their retirement.
5 Steps to Choosing a Medicare Plan
If eligible for Medicare at age 65, there is a seven-month period to sign up. It begins three months prior to the month before turning 65, includes the month
How Benefit Programs Help Budgets
Thousands of public and private programs are available to seniors with a qualifying income. These programs pay for health care, prescriptions and food.

Age Well Planner is an educational website created by nonprofit the National Council on Aging (NCOA). We provide information, resources, and referrals on topics such as: Benefits, Income, and Medicare.

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