Here’s a chart listing some of the top retirement services available for individuals on Medicare Part A, organized by state:

StateRetirement Services
CaliforniaCalifornia Department of Aging, Senior Legal Hotline, Health Insurance Counseling and Advocacy Program (HICAP)
TexasTexas Health and Human Services Commission, Area Agencies on Aging
FloridaFlorida Department of Elder Affairs, SHINE (Serving Health Insurance Needs of Elders)
New YorkNew York State Office for the Aging, New York StateWide Senior Action Council
PennsylvaniaPennsylvania Department of Aging, APPRISE (Pennsylvania’s State Health Insurance Assistance Program)
IllinoisIllinois Department on Aging, Senior Health Insurance Program (SHIP)
OhioOhio Department of Aging, Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP)
MichiganMichigan Aging & Adult Services Agency, Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP)
North CarolinaNorth Carolina Division of Aging and Adult Services, Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP)
GeorgiaGeorgia Department of Human Services, GeorgiaCares

Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and each state offers a range of retirement services and programs to support individuals on Medicare Part A. It’s advisable to visit the official websites of state agencies responsible for aging or senior services to explore more comprehensive lists of retirement services available in your specific state.

100 things you need to do to prepare for retirement!

#Retirement Preparation TaskDescription
1.Assess your financial situationEvaluate your current income, savings, investments, and debts to determine your financial readiness for retirement.
2.Set retirement goalsDefine your retirement goals, including lifestyle expectations, desired activities, and financial targets.
3.Create a retirement budgetDevelop a budget that aligns with your anticipated retirement income and expenses, accounting for healthcare, housing, and leisure activities.
4.Review and adjust your investmentsAssess your investment portfolio and make any necessary adjustments to match your risk tolerance and retirement timeframe.
5.Maximize contributions to retirement accountsContribute the maximum allowed amounts to retirement accounts such as 401(k)s, IRAs, or other employer-sponsored plans to benefit from tax advantages.
6.Research healthcare options for retirementUnderstand Medicare, supplemental insurance, and long-term care options to ensure you have adequate healthcare coverage in retirement.
7.Pay off high-interest debtsPrioritize paying off high-interest debts to reduce financial burdens and free up more funds for retirement savings.
8.Estimate retirement incomeCalculate your expected retirement income from various sources, such as Social Security, pensions, annuities, and investments.
9.Consider downsizing or relocatingEvaluate your housing needs and explore options for downsizing, relocating to a more affordable area, or accessing home equity to supplement retirement funds.
10.Create an estate planConsult with an attorney to create or update important estate planning documents, such as a will, power of attorney, and healthcare directives.
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100.Enjoy retirement and pursue meaningful activitiesAfter completing your retirement preparations, embrace your retirement years and engage in activities that bring you joy, fulfillment, and purpose.

Please note that this is a comprehensive list, and not all tasks may be applicable to everyone. Additionally, it’s recommended to consult with financial advisors, retirement planners, and legal professionals to tailor these actions to your specific circumstances and goals.