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Last Updated: August 2, 2021

Preventing Elder Financial Exploitation with Updated Money Smart for Older Adults

Learn about the enhanced version of the award-winning financial education curriculum, Money Smart for Older Adults. A new section was added to the curriculum to help people avoid romance scams in response to the growing problem of these scams. Also available are new handouts that can be an easily shared resource for local communities. 

This free 60-minute webinar from the FDIC and CFPB will introduce you to the curriculum, and suggest ways to use it in your community. We will also reserve time for questions and answers. 

Money Smart for Older Adults is a free curriculum that includes an instructor guide with presentation content, speaker tips, hands-on activities, presentation slides, and a resource guide for participants. The resource guide can also serve as a stand-alone handout for distribution to libraries, senior centers, and senior housing centers and senior information fairs and other events. Materials can be ordered in bulk for community-wide distribution.


Thursday, July 22, 2021, 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time


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  • Jenefer Duane, Senior Program Analyst, Office of Older Americans, CFPB
  • Luke Reynolds, Chief, Outreach and Program Development, DCP, FDIC

Who should attend:

People who potentially can help older adults avoid elder financial exploitation. This can include people who work for organizations such as financial institutions, law enforcement, and adult protective services.

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