Kansas will gradually reduce its 6.5 percent tax on groceries over the next few years, phasing it out entirely by 2025.
Alabamans are due for additional tax relief after the state legislature passed a pair of AARP-backed bills.
Thirty-eight percent of New Jersey residents age 50 and up struggle to pay their monthly property taxes, according to a new AARP survey.
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Between now and April 18 our volunteers can help prepare your tax return free of charge, at in-person sites around the country and via virtual appointments.
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is calling on lawmakers to direct more funding to the state’s Property Tax/Rent Rebate program, which supports low-income older adults.
It’s that time of year again.  We’re offering help preparing your tax return at in-person sites and virtual appointments, through AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide program. Use our Tax-Aide Locator to connect with an IRS-certified volunteer near you between Feb. 12 and April 15. Our volunteers can help…
Tax day for 2016 returns is April 18, 2017
By midnight on April 18, millions of Americans will have hit the File button in their tax preparation apps or dropped their tax returns in the mail. With 2017 tax season almost behind us, it’s a good time to take a look at taxes as they relate to Americans over 50 — specifically, older Americans’…
Paperwork clutter
As a financial adviser, I’ve seen a lot of clutter in people’s financial lives. I know people who have dozens of financial accounts. Problem is, the more accounts one has, the harder — and more time-consuming and stressful — it is to keep track of everything.
Ways to grow your nest egg
Soon we’ll be looking at tax day in the rearview mirror, which is the perfect time to plan for future tax consequences. One strategy that’s especially good for recent retirees is converting part of a traditional IRA to a Roth IRA.
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As tax season draws to a close for another year, you may be among those feeling the pinch from taxes paid on investments. I admit that paying taxes is not exactly my favorite thing, so I always look for ways to be more tax-efficient. Here are three things you can do to keep more of what you earn:
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