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Ránking de los mejores planes de jubilación en EE.UU.

Posted on 07/28/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

En EspañolPara la mayoría de los trabajadores estadounidenses, los planes de 401(k) que proporcionan sus empleadores son el vehículo de ahorro primario de su jubilación. Pero su funcionalidad y generosidad varían dependiendo de la empresa para la que trabajen. Un estudio reciente de Bloomberg pone sobre relieve los mejores y peores planes de retiro. En la parte superior de la lista están ConocoPhillips, Boston Scientific y Visa, que ofrecen a los empleados aportes generosos. Al final de la tabla aparecen Facebook, …

This Week in Boomer History: Lenny Bruce … Gulf of Tonkin … Medicare

Posted on 07/27/2014 by |News, Culture, Sights and Sounds | Comments

PoliticsNoteworthy events from our shared experience Comedian Lenny Bruce is found dead at his Los Angeles home Aug. 3, 1966. His anything-goes social satire led to multiple obscenity prosecutions while paving the way for today’s stand-up performers. On Aug. 1, 1981, MTV begins broadcasting in the United States. Its first video? “Video Killed the Radio Star” by the Buggles. President Lyndon B. Johnson signs Medicare and Medicaid into law on July 30, 1965, at the Truman Presidential Library in Independence, Mo., a nod …

Best Quick Fix for Puffy, Dry Eyes

Posted on 07/25/2014 by |Best of Everything After 50 | Comments

Beauty & FashionAs I’ve gotten older, I’ve started to be tormented by some evil twins: puffy eyes and dry eyes. These two common conditions make your eyes look irritated and anything but beautiful. But here’s the good news: Both can be addressed with a few simple steps. One of the best ways to deal with puffiness and dryness is to close your eyes, apply a cold compress and relax — maybe even take a nap! >> Sign up for the AARP Health …

George Takei Finds Collaboration (and Robots) at the Heart of Boston Tech

Posted on 07/25/2014 by |News, Culture, Sights and Sounds | Comments

TechnologyGet ready for AARP tech explorer George Takei to be everywhere at once this summer, or at least it may seem that way. This week, for example, he visited The Daily Show‘s Jon Stewart to talk about a new documentary: To Be Takei: A Star’s Trek for Life, Liberty and Love, opening in August after playing the film festival circuit. Not only that, Takei continues to use his social media clout to promote Allegiance, a Broadway-bound musical about the Japanese …

Jeff Bridges Channels His Dad in ‘The Giver’

Posted on 07/25/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

Bulletin Today | EntertainmentJeff Bridges first saw his father, Lloyd Bridges, who passed away in 1998, in the role of the wizened Giver in Lois Lowry’s 1993 best-selling novel The Giver. In Reddit.com’s “Ask Me Anything” series, he discussed the man who inspired him to produce a new film adaptation of the novel. “I was reading children’s book catalogs, and I came across this photograph of a cover of a book, with an old grizzled guy on the cover, and I thought ‘Oh, my dad could play …

This Weekend: Get Away With Michael Douglas and Diane Keaton

Posted on 07/25/2014 by |Movies & TV | Comments

EntertainmentRob Reiner returns with a warm-hearted grownup romance; Woody Allen introduces us to a beautiful seer who might be a fake; and Morgan Freeman frets as Scarlett Johansson kicks some serious bad-guy butt.     And So It Goes Twenty-five years after he arranged for Harry to meet Sally, director Rob Reiner proves that his take on grownup love has grown richer with time. A sharp comedy with an ear tuned to the bittersweet cadences of mature romance, And So …