The Indiana Individual Development Account Program was created in an effort to assist in the fight against poverty and build more assets for Hoosiers around the state.
Individual Development Accounts (IDA) are savings accounts designed to encourage low-income families to save for the purchase of a home, invest in a higher education for the individual or for a minor child or for the starting or expansion of a small business. What the individual/family saves will be matched 3 to 1 by the program within the 4-year program time period (if you put in $300, the State would put in $900).
Area IV is an IDA approved agency with a limited number of opportunities for people to join the program.
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Money Management FAQ #2
Q: Can Social Security require that someone receiving SSI have a representative payee?
A: Yes. But those on SSI that feel they need the assistance may contact us on their own without a referral from Social Security.
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The 27th Annual SENIOR GAMES will be held June 10-14, 2013 for seniors age 55+ living in Area IV-served counties. The deadline to register is June 3rd. See Activities/Wellness on this website for the registration form -- due by June 3rd.
Wacky Wednesdays at the Movies for Seniors will show "The Vow" on June 12. Breakfast snack at 9 a.m. and movie starts at 9:30 a.m. Bring a friend and enjoy the Fellowship & Fun!
The Transitions Self Sufficiency Program helps families in Carroll, Clinton, Tippecanoe, and White Counties address their unique challenges and teaches them how to prepare for the future.