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AARP and Ad Council Launch New PSA: Ace Your Retirement
This week, we unveiled our new Saving for Retirement ad campaign to empower Americans to take control of their financial futures. In fact, two in five households headed by Americans ages 55-64 have no assets saved for retirement, according to the National Institute on Retirement Security.
AARP’s own Executive Vice President Debra Whitman and Maxim Shvedov took on a taxing topic in the Huffington Post as we all faced deadlines to file with the IRS this week. Whether you owe money to the government or have some coming back to you, this insightful read about how much older Americans contribute in taxes may give you a moment to make some sense of this filing season. Read more:
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Let states help people save for retirement.
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If you’re like me, you like to kick off the new year by reflecting on the goals you set last year and begin to set new ones for the coming year. For a lot of people, their No. 1 New Year’s goal is to get new job or launch a new business.
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This summer AARP Academy is hosting job search webinars to help you land your next great gig. Sessions will help teach you how to find the jobs that fit your skills and ex perience, craft your résumé so that it conveys your ability to do the job and sell yourself in the interview. Featured webinars start this month and conclude in August (June 14 — available on-demand — July 21 and Aug. 9). They lead up to AARP's Virtual Career Fair on Sept. 20. Experts will introduce you to tools and strategies that will also help prepare you to chat online with employers at the fair.
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