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Information You Need

Resources to help you manage and organize your personal, financial, medical, legal and insurance matters are found here.

New MOAA publications and Information

Help Your Survivors Now: A Guide to Planning Ahead --walks you through potential financial benefits such as the Survivor Benefit Plan, continuing entitlements such as TRICARE, other personal affairs, and includes a checklist for when a servicemember dies.

Survivor Planning and Benefit Issues -- Is your spouse prepared if you predecease him or her? Does he or she know what notifications need to be made, and to who? What about understanding the benefit programs that may apply to a survivor? At the link you will find the slides from the 6 October 2021 MOAA webinar “Preparing A Spouse For Survivorship”. 

MOAA Publications

PREMIUM and LIFE MOAA members can download these publications or have a paper copy mailed to them for FREE. BASIC MOAA members will need to upgrade their MOAA membership for a FREE copy.

Personal Affairs GuideA Personal Inventory for Peace of Mind.  MOAA has created this workbook to assist you and your family in gathering crucial information — from investments to legal documents, insurance policies, and more. We hope you find this workbook valuable. For additional information, email, call MOAA’s Member Service Center at (800) 234-MOAA (6622), or search the MOAA website at

Surviving Spouse Corner: Planning for the Future:    This link will take you to the MOAA website for Surviving Spouse information.

MOAA Insurance Plans

“These plans have been negotiated exclusively on behalf of MOAA members and their families. MOAA members, whether Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve or Retired officers, may qualify for insurance to complement their and their family’s military entitlements.”

Information You Need

As we age, it becomes tougher to remember where we have stored pertinent information.  Here is a checklist that provides some thoughts on current family matters.  Just as you built a checklist for survivor information, try to build a data base for other pertinent information.  Click on the Information You Need PDF to the top right.

Surviving Spouses, here are 16 websites intended to provide you with information regarding survivor benefits and assistance.  Yes, it can be an information overload so to help you out the Susquehanna Chapter has its own surviving spouse assistance director, Connie Richardson who you can reach by email or phone 410-937-2662.

Transition and Civilian Careers

The Chapter encourages its members to hone their skills in the areas of personal and career development.  Pertinent resources to help you find employment and continue your professional development, whether you’re on active duty or seeking a civilian job are posted here. Additional resources are available from MOAA.

Transition Information

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Harford County Senior & Military Retiree Tax Credit

Harford County Council Bill 17-021 and Bill 18-038, will provide a 20% tax credit for a maximum of five years, on County property taxes for individuals who are over 65 years of age, have a dwelling with an assessed value of $400,000 or less, and who either own and have lived in the dwelling for at least 40 years or are a retiree or surviving spouse of a retiree of the United States’ Uniformed Services.  The Senior Citizen and Veteran Tax Credit Rules and Regulations were adopted on February 7, 2019.

Applications for tax year FY2022 will be available on January 15, 2021.

If you will be 65 or older on or before 30 June 2021 and have lived in the same house for 40 years or are a military retiree or surviving spouse, you should be eligible.

For questions, please contact the Harford County Real Estate Tax Credit Line  410-638-3450.

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