- Georgia Teacher’s Retirement – An excellent resource for Georgia educators.
- Internal Revenue Service – A direct source for IRS publications and tax information.
- Yahoo Finance – Resource for financial news and calculators.
- Saint Simmons Island
- The Wall Street Journal – Online access to national, world and financial news.
- Medicare.gov – Official Medicare site
- Social Security.gov – Official Social Security site
- Benefitscheckup.org – A service of the National Council on Aging (NCOA) BenefitsCheckUp includes more than 2,000 public and private benefits programs
- AARP.org – AARP official site
- Administration on Aging – Site contains a wide array of information on older persons and services for the elderly. Several resource rooms focusing on such topics as Alzheimer’s Disease and caregiving are available
- ADEAR Center – ADEAR Center is a current, comprehensive, unbiased source of information about Alzheimer’s Disease. The ADEAR Center is operated as a service of the National Institute on Aging
- Cancer Information Service – The Cancer Information Service (CIS), a program of the National Cancer Institute (NCI), provides the latest and most accurate cancer information to patients, their families, the public, and health professionals
- FDA for Older People -FDA has numerous articles, brochures and other publications with information for older people on a wide range of health issues, including arthritis, cancer, health fraud, and nutrition.
- USA.gov for Seniors -USA.gov for Seniors site helps users access all government sites that provide services for senior citizens.
- Center for Retirement Research at Boston College – Research on retirement issues
- NOMADS – Retirement With A Purpose
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