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Jul 2, 2024
Annual “99 Great Ways to Save” from AARP Bulletin® Helps Readers Slash Summer Costs

WASHINGTON—“99 Great Ways to Save” from AARP Bulletin returns for its 15th edition. This summer, the publication is helping readers make their money work harder for them. Personal finance writers uncover tips and insight for saving on car care, travel, groceries and more.

In the July/August issue, you can learn about:

  • How you can save money by timing your home improvement projects and sharing services with neighbors
  • What items you can buy “used”
  • How you can tap into your 401(k) for emergencies
  • Why you shouldn’t shop for clothes when you’re hungry
  • And more!


The full list of 99 tips can also be found at

Also in this month’s issue:

Your Money

Make Your Retirement Savings Last: The early years of retirement are critical for financial security in the long run. But no one knows when the next big downturn might happen. This month’s issue, explains how retirees can be prepared for a potential down market.

Fraud Watch

My Phone Was Cloned: A high-tech scam is defrauding people through their phones. Criminals take control of victims’ phones, then drain their bank accounts. Learn about this scheme and how you can prevent it in this month’s edition of Fraud Watch.

Your Health

Mental Floss?: Do word games prevent dementia? Do they provide other psychological benefits? Professionals were gathered to explain the truth of playing online games.


About AARP
AARP is the nation's largest nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to empowering people 50 and older to choose how they live as they age. With a nationwide presence, AARP strengthens communities and advocates for what matters most to the more than 100 million Americans 50-plus and their families: health security, financial stability and personal fulfillment. AARP also produces the nation's largest circulation publications: AARP The Magazine and AARP Bulletin. To learn more, visitñol or follow @AARP@AARPenEspañol and @AARPadvocates on social media.

For further information: Danny Alarcon, AARP,