Seniors, are you worried about your future in Connecticut?


Connecticut is an expensive place to live and retire. High taxes and high energy costs are a heavy burden on those living on a fixed income. Increasingly, people who have lived and loved Connecticut their whole lives are forced to move.

Tony Hwang wants to help.

We need to make Connecticut a more affordable place for seniors to live.
As Vice-Chair of the Aging Committee, Tony Hwang has made a positive difference.

  • Restored funding for the Medicare Savings Program (MSP), and senior nutrition programs
  • Exempted 100% all social security and pension benefits from the income tax, up to $100,000 for joint filers
  • Created rigorous protections for seniors thinking about a Reverse Mortgage
  • Reduced the death (estate) tax to parity with federal levels
  • Eliminated the caps on community-based services as an alternative to nursing home care

Read more of Tony’s focus on Critical Issues in Connecticut

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