States with high-performing long-term services and supports (LTSS) systems have one thing in common: a commitment to long-range master plans to guide policy and fiscal investments
Innovative state solutions to America’s savings crisis are in danger. Federal overreach threatens an important Department of Labor rule that gives states flexibility to help workers save for retirement.
Great news out of California: A new state law will help nearly 7.5 million workers retire with confidence. Signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday morning, the California Secure Choice Retirement Savings Act (Senate Bill 1234) will give millions of Californians a way to save for their future at work.
May is proving to be a historic month for both workers and employers across the country! Since I last wrote on this topic in February, we at AARP have continued to fight hard to establish Work and Save plans in the states, a convenient way for millions of workers to save for retirement through an easy payroll deduction. And we have great news to report!
During National Nurses Week (May 6–12, 2016), we celebrate nurses. I say, let’s celebrate nurses every day! Across the country, these hardworking professionals help us get and stay well, and provide comfort and care when we’re at our most vulnerable. In my experience, they do this with incredible skill as well as a smile.
En español | What do boomers and millennials have in common? As it turns out, much more than you’d think. Last week, millennials from coast to coast were discussing state options to give 55 million workers a simple way to save. Our AARP California office hosted a “Work and Save” Summit at East L.A. College, in partnership with the Young Invincibles, a national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that advocates on behalf of 18-34-year-olds. In New York City, AARP teamed up for a shared discussion on financial security and workplace savings.
Meet Jeff and Capi Saxton. Jeff is a bookbinder and Capi manages a small fabric and sewing supply store. Now in their 50s, they’ve found it hard to save for retirement. “There will be no retirement for me,” Jeff says. “I’ll always have to work.”
A propósito de que octubre era el mes de las mujeres propietarias de pequeños negocios, el sitio de finanzas personales NerdWallet echó un vistazo a las áreas metropolitanas que ofrecen las mayores oportunidades para las mujeres emprendedoras.
This year I had the honor of meeting Kyllian, a young New Jerseyan who, as a teenager, was a caregiver for her father. Throughout his battle with cancer, she would come home after high school every day to care for him.
No tienes que vivir en California para estar en riesgo de experimentar un terremoto. Según un estudio publicado por el Servicio Geológico de Estados Unidos (USGS, por sus siglas en inglés), más de 143 millones de personas en el país, casi la mitad de la población, viven en áreas propensas a terremotos dañinos.
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