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Take Charge of Your Future With ‘Work and Save’

Posted on 03/3/2014 by | AARP Blog Author | Comments

PoliticsWe all dream of a comfortable retirement — time to relax, travel, learn a new language or take up a hobby. But in these tough economic times, that dream can sometimes feel a little out of reach, especially for those who work for small businesses — because most of them have no access to any type of retirement savings plan at work. In fact, 3 out of 5 households headed by someone 65 or older have no money in retirement savings accounts. …

How to Live to 100 and Have Fun Doing It!

Posted on 10/25/2012 by | AARP The Magazine | Comments

Your LifeReading Dan Buettner’s New York Times story, “The Island Where People Forget to Die” made me want to move to Ikaria, Greece, immediately. This is an island where an unusually large percentage of people live past 100 because they get ample amounts of sleep, sex, socializing, spirituality, spinach, and sourdough bread. And they drink several glasses of red wine each day. Basically, party animals who don’t sit still much, but pray and take a lot of naps. To be honest, this …

Looking for Local Info?

Posted on 07/29/2009 by | General News | Comments

Personal HealthIf you’re anything like my friends and family, they love listening to the national debate on all the issues floating around, but what they really want to know is how they will be impacted in Arizona, for example. Below you’ll find a smattering of where to find local AARP info. Don’t see your state? I’d encourage you to check out Bulletin Today’s State Pages as well as the AARP Online Community for more information and resources. And of course, if …