New York on Thursday allocated $250 million from its 2023 state budget to reduce or eliminate electric and gas utility debts for low-income residents.
AARP New York is joining the Public Utility Law Project in calling on state lawmakers to act in an upcoming budget resolution to avoid a widespread utility shutoff.
New York on Thursday became the latest state to expand retirement savings options for workers. Gov. Kathy Hochul signed an AARP-supported bill requiring a business with 10 or more workers to enroll those employees in a state-backed savings plan if it doesn’t already offer a private retirement plan.
More working New Yorkers will have an easy and effective way to save for their future thanks to the state’s newly-enacted Secure Choice Savings Plan.
Hoy les quiero contar cómo me convertí en maratonista. Nunca antes había sido corredora formal o atleta de alto rendimiento, como les dicen. Pero sí, a mis 40 años logré con relativo éxito llegar a la meta del maratón de Nueva York, el pasado 2 de noviembre. Así celebré el comienzo de una nueva…
The 1964 New York World's Fair, which opened on April 22, 1964, and ran for two six-month seasons, was a sprawling showcase of mid-century American culture and technology. Although nearly 52 million people attended the fair, it was a huge financial flop, returning only 19 cents on the dollar to…
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