You may be a good driver but if you live in a moderate- or low-income neighborhood, you're probably paying higher auto insurance rates than people who live in upscale parts of town, as much as $1,500 just for minimal liability coverage.
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Who doesn't want to save money in this tough economy? A new article in the AARP Bulletin on 99 Ways to Save has tips to help you do just that, on everything from car expenses to caring for your health and your home.
AARP Executive Vice President Nancy A. LeaMond released the following statement in reaction to the Administration's FY2011 budget request:
USA Today had an article recently on a new study showing that 80% of couples disagree on retirement, such as what age to retire, whether they'll work in retirement or where they'll move to retire.
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