AARP Foundation and Charles Schwab Foundation have launched a new financial capability program to address the needs of low-income workers and job seekers age 50 and older.

AARP research has found more than 20 million people over the age of 50 are struggling to make ends meet. AARP Foundation Finances 50+ consists of three educational modules divided into topics: assessing financial standing, budgeting and goal setting; taking control of credit and debt; and building and protecting assets.

Each topic is delivered in a 90-minute workshop to give participants a solid background in the subject, while teaching them how to make improvements to their own lives.

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