A partnership between WISER and the Administration for Community Living
The National Resource Center on Women and Retirement (the Center) provides a one-stop gateway that integrates financial information, tools and resources on retirement planning for women and families to improve their financial health and avoid financial exploitation.
The Center is supported by the Administration for Community Living (ACL). For more than twenty years, WISER and ACL’s Administration on Aging have worked together to reach women most at-risk for poverty in old age and help them achieve a more financially secure future.
WISER’s booklets and guides provide clear, easy-to-understand financial and retirement planning information to help women master the basics and take the next steps towards a financially secure future.
The fact sheet library includes access to facts sheets, worksheets, and resource guides on the following topics:
- Scams, Fraud & Financial Elder Abuse
- Managing Income, Savings, Debt & Credit
- Retirement Planning
- Social Security
- Investment Basics and Types
- Health, Long-Term Care & Insurance
- Taxes, Homeownership & Organizing Your Finances
- Women and Retirement: Fact & Statistics
- En Español
More About The Center
The core of the Center’s work is the direct impact it has on women in communities across the country. Every year, WISER and the Center reach thousands of women through workshops, model programs, trainings, print and electronic materials, website, and social media. This work is accomplished through strategic partnerships and coalitions. Partners include national and local women’s organizations, local government agencies, representatives of the business and financial sectors, and the National Network on Aging. Information and training are offered through model programs, workshops, and materials tailored to meet women’s needs and help them build long-term financial security.
The Center specializes in helping women who are most at-risk for financial insecurity. This includes older women, women of color, lower to moderate-income women, caregivers, and women impacted by divorce and widowhood. The Center’s approach is to bring retirement and financial planning back to the basics. The goal is to help women make the best decisions they can with whatever resources they may have.