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  • Feb 18, 2020

    WASHINGTON—A newly released AARP poll finds an overwhelming majority of women voters age 50 and over in South Carolina plan to turn out in force, with 79% of Democrats definitely planning to...

  • Feb 11, 2020

    WASHINGTON—AARP Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer Nancy LeaMond issued the following statement in response to the White House’s FY2021 budget proposal: “AARP...

  • Feb 10, 2020
    New product helps address the need for future care planning while providing flexibility in coverage options and value-added benefits

    American Enterprise Group (AEG) recognizes the need to help secure the financial futures of their customers as Americans live longer and healthcare costs continue to rise. AEG is pleased to...

  • Feb 10, 2020

    WASHINGTON—A newly released AARP poll finds that an overwhelming majority of Nevada women voters age 50 and over plan to turn out in force this year, with 82% of Democrats definitely planning to...

  • Feb 10, 2020
    For a Healthy Brain, Take Care of Your Heart, Say Experts

    WASHINGTON—A new report from the Global Council on Brain Health (GCBH) confirms that heart and brain health are connected, and that taking action to improve your cardiovascular health reduces...

  • Feb 5, 2020

    WASHINGTON—AARP invites community organizations and local governments across the country to apply for the 2020 AARP Community Challenge grant program, now through April 1, 2020. Grants fund...

  • Feb 5, 2020

    WASHINGTON—A newly released AARP poll finds that an overwhelming majority (80%) of New Hampshire women voters age 50 and over definitely plan to vote in the state’s primary next week. The...

  • Feb 4, 2020

    WASHINGTON—AARP Executive Vice President and Chief Advocacy and Engagement Officer Nancy LeaMond released the following statement in response to the State of the Union address this evening:...

  • Feb 3, 2020
    Free Program Provides Tax Prep Help to All

    WASHINGTON — Beginning today and continuing through April 15, AARP Foundation is providing free in-person tax assistance and preparation through its Tax-Aide program. Taxpayers who used AARP...

  • Feb 3, 2020
    Special “Love & Money” Report Reveals That Financial Cheating Can Hurt a Relationship More than Sexual Cheating. Also: A Shocking Financial Scam Conducted by Prison Inmates!

    WASHINGTON—There’s more than one kind of cheating in a marriage. Financial infidelity – when one partner hides big expenses, secrets away money, or silently squanders savings – is more widespread than people realize, and often can lead to irreparable damage to a relationship and even divorce, according to an in-depth report in the February-March issue of AARP the Magazine. In fact, about 75% of partnered adults say that a relationship they’ve been in has been affected by financial deception. Learn the many types of money deceptions occurring in American marriages, why it happens, and what can be done if it happens in your own relationship.

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