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Most older adults say they know it’s important to save for retirement, but few say they're actually prepared for it, according to a new AARP survey.
Most U.S. adults say they’ve cut back on shopping, postponed travel or otherwise reined in their expenses in the wake of decades-high inflation.
More than half of adults between the ages of 50 and 80 have helped take care of an older adult in the past two years, according to a new study.
Nearly 40 percent of Gen Xers and young Boomers in the U.S. say they’re not confident they could pay a surprise medical bill of $1,000 within 30 days.
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Nearly 9 in 10 adults 50 and older (87 percent) perform some sort of walking exercise each week, but many are worried about safety.
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An estimated 42 percent of older adults lack access to reliable broadband service, leaving many unable to take advantage of digital resources.
Two-thirds of workers 45-plus who lost their jobs during the pandemic are reemployed, but 1 in 4 haven't found a job, according to a new AARP survey.
Nearly 1 in 3 older adults are either extremely or very interested in telehealth services, a percentage that has held steady throughout the pandemic.
Adults between the ages of 50 and 59 are more concerned about a laundry list of age-related changes and health issues than people ages 70 to 79.
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Three quarters of Americans age 50 and over say they feel safe traveling again, and two-thirds plan to take at least one trip or vacation this year.
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