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Baltimore Sun: A wide-open race brings out the voters

The concerns of young voters don't appear to be vastly different from those of older ones, exit polls show. And older voters also cast ballots in Iowa and New Hampshire in record numbers, said Mark Kitchens, an AARP spokesman. "All Americans want change, regardless of age," Kitchens said.


Washington Post: The Gift of Tax Assistance

The AARP also provides free tax preparation to low- and middle-income taxpayers with special attention to those age 60 and older.


Wall Street Journal: Finding Day Care -- For Your Parents

Choices Grow for Increasing Numbers Of Baby Boomers Who Have Frail Relatives They Are Reluctant to Leave Alone


U.S. News & World Report: Marriage and Social Security Benefits

But married couples should pause to consider the array of Social Security options they have that their single counterparts don't.

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