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Inflation and You: How to Manage Your Money, Cut Costs and Avoid Panicking
AARP hosted a free tele-town hall event to discuss inflation, savings and how higher prices may impact retirees and those saving for retirement.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed a bill expanding eligibility for the state’s retirement savings program, called CalSavers.
Gov. John Carney signed a bill introducing Delaware EARNS, a state-facilitated retirement savings program that will help workers save money.
Hawaii lawmakers passed a bill establishing a state-backed retirement savings program, benefiting workers who don’t have a savings plan through their jobs.
Our survey of adults 50 and older found that financial pressures were pushing some to extend their working years.
AARP is urging lawmakers to pass the RISE & SHINE Act, which would allow part-time workers to enroll in workplace retirement plans more quickly.
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Pennsylvania is the latest state to consider expanding retirement savings options through Keystone Saves, a Work and Save retirement plan.
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AARP asked the Labor Department to protect Americans saving for retirement from loopholes in federal fiduciary rules and financial advisers who may have conflicts of interest.
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We’re calling on Hawaii's state legislature to approve a retirement savings program to help workers who don't have a 401(k) or similar savings option through their jobs.
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.
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