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COVID-19 Scams and Planning Tips

This is an extremely useful guide generated by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau to provide an accurate list of COVID-19 scams and some tips for dealing with them. As part of our initiative to keep NH older adult residents safe and connected, we deemed this guide quite share-worthy.

Older adults may have unique financial challenges during the coronavirus pandemic. These challenges can include being targeted by scammers and experiencing separation from family and financial caregivers who help them to manage their money. Others may be facing tough choices before and during retirement. This resource can help you avoid scams and plan for the future.

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