Los 10 peores estados para los jubilados en EE.UU.

Posted on 05/12/2014 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

En EspañolEs difícil darse ciertos lujos y comodidades cuando se tiene un ingreso fijo, mucho más si eres retirado y tus ganancias han disminuido. Es por eso que algunos de los lugares más lindos y vibrantes de Estados Unidos también se tornan en unos de los menos asequibles, por no decir ‘prohibidos’, para los jubilados. Son por lo general más caros, con rentas más altas y restaurantes costosos. Las tasas de impuestos también tienden a ser mayores en las áreas urbanas. …

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Sarah Palin

Posted on 02/11/2014 by |Who's News | Comments

Bulletin Today | PoliticsSince she burst onto the national scene as a vice presidential candidate in 2008, former Alaska governor, political commentator, bestselling author, social media maven and reality show host Sarah Palin has remained in the spotlight. Here are some facts that you might not know about the outspoken conservative politician-turned-media personality.   Though one of Alaska’s most famous residents, Palin was born in Sandpoint, Idaho, on the same day in 1964 that the Beatles gave their first live U.S. concert in …

26 States With a Big Health Coverage Gap

Posted on 10/4/2013 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

PoliticsThis week, Health Insurance Marketplaces opened in states across the country.  It’s true: Many more Americans will now have access to affordable health care.  But, other hard-working people, who live in states that have not yet committed to expanding Medicaid, will fall into a new coverage gap. That’s right: In the 26 states that have not accepted federal funding to expand Medicaid, adults who earn up to $15,000 a year will not qualify for any type of subsidy through the …

The Roaming Boomers: Dressing for Alaska

Posted on 07/13/2011 by |AARP Blog Author | Comments

TravelWe are about to head off on our very first Alaskan cruise where we will be exploring Alaska’s Inside Passage. Yeah! As we contemplate our trip, one of the first things that comes to mind is what to pack for an Alaska cruise? Are we thinking Eskimo fashion with mukluks, long undies, and a caribou-skin coat, or swimsuits and shorts? We spent a fair amount of time scouring websites, the cruise line’s FAQs, and here is what we learned: