The Senior Planning Center is continuing to expand, offering seniors advice and help when it comes to insurance, taxes and other resources they may need as they turn 65 and older.
The Skowhegan office is the center's fourth location, after owner Tony Arruda realized there is a lot of need for services like this.
Director Brad Dyer stated "The initial intent was he could land there, have his clients meet there, and help them with their medicare needs. What we discovered, especially when you name your organization the 'Senior Planning Center,' what we discovered is that there are way more needs."
The advice is free. The Senior Planning Center also sells insurance to people of all ages.
For more information visit seniorplanningcenter.com.