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  • Jul 19, 2017
    The Campaign Introduces an Interactive Digital Experience that Breaks Down the Challenge of Saving into Simple, Achievable Steps

    NEW YORK, NY—Two in five households headed by Americans age 55-64 have no assets saved for retirement, according to the National institute on Retirement Security.* To help address this savings shortfall, AARP and the Ad Council are launching a Saving for Retirement campaign to empower people to take control of their financial futures. The integrated PSA campaign, created pro bono by FCB New York, will remind consumers they have already demonstrated the financial savvy it takes to tackle this challenge, and a new interactive online resource at will provide personalized tips to inspire them to take action.

  • May 25, 2017
    Sophisticated, but Fake, Pop-Up Alerts Being Used to Dupe Consumers Nationwide

    WASHINGTON, DC—With people being victimized at an alarming rate by fraudulent pop-up messages that warn computer users of a purported virus infection or urgently needed repair, the AARP Fraud Watch Network has launched a major campaign to raise awareness of the “Tech Support Scam.”

  • May 3, 2017

    Washington, DC — Following the narrow passage of H.J. Res. 66 today in the U.S. Senate, AARP released the following statement from AARP Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond expressing...

  • May 1, 2017
    Opposes Legislation that Would Harm Opportunities for Small Businesses

    Washington, DC — Today AARP reinforced its opposition to House Joint Resolution (H.J. Res.) 66, which could have a chilling effect on state and local retirement savings initiatives. In a letter...

  • Apr 5, 2017
    Disappointed with Outcome on Behalf of Americans Saving for Retirement

    Washington, DC — In a statement today, AARP Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond emphasized AARP’s disappointment in delay and continued support for the conflict of interest ‘fiduciary...