The AARP and state officials are working to help empower senior citizens to identify financial predators.
Indiana‘s senior population now tops 800,000 people.
Since the recession the number of baby boomers filing for bankruptcy has doubled.
Studies show the decision when to retire may not be entirely in the hands of the baby boomers making it.
Indiana's population is aging, according to U.S. Census data on the 65 and older population.
Stone Belt is worried about taking care of disabled children when their older caretakers continue to age.