Coming Up on AARP Live:

Managing money can be one of the most important, and one of the most challenging skills for people of every age.  Will you be able to make your money last a lifetime?

This month on AARP Live we’re talking dollars and sense with AARP Financial Ambassador, Jean Chatzky. Join the conversation with AARP Vermont state director, Greg Marchildon and AARP Maine state director, Lori Parham as they discuss how you can prepare for the future you want and make your money last through retirement.

We’ll take your calls and questions LIVE as you share your tips on when to save and when to spend.  Plus, four lucky callers will have a chance to win a microcut shredder and Jean Chatzky’s book! Rules apply. During the show call 1-877-283-7570 for your chance to win.

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One of the most common resolutions each new year is to save more money. But that can be challenging when utility bills take a big chunk of your monthly paycheck.

Download a copy of AARP’s HomeFit Guide. Making repairs or modifications in a rural area? Grants may be available through USDA!




As we head into Tax Season we are faced with what has become one of the most popular and well known scams of our time:  the IRS Imposter Scam. Most of us have experienced it at least once – a call from someone pretending to be an IRS agent, a Microsoft Tech or even a close friend or family member, trying to use fear and confusion to get us to open our wallets! Though the imposter scam has been around for a long time, con artists continue to get more clever with how they use it!




With the election over, AARP is calling on our next President and Congress to take action to keep Social Security Strong for future generations. If our leaders don’t act, future generations could see their benefits cut by nearly 25 percent — that’s up to $10,000 per year.

Join AARP’s grassroots advocacy network and be the first to know about breaking news and action opportunities that could affect Social Security, and ask our leaders to Take A Stand. Learn more about Social Security and what AARP is doing to protect it.




The devastating natural disasters that have made national news this year serve as a reminder to people of all ages that we must take action to prepare for emergencies that could affect us where we live, work or visit.

September is National Preparedness Month and AARP is working with FEMA to share resources that can help you build a kit, make a plan and be information about disasters in your area and across the country– before they happen!



Demographic trends suggest that if you aren’t a family caregiver now – you will be someday!

With more than 43.5 million family caregivers in the United States, support for this silent army continues to grow.  From books to support groups, training classes and apps – the challenge has become connecting caregivers to available resources.  That’s why AARP has its I Heart Caregivers initiative.



Technology has changed the way we live, learn and work and in the case of telehealth, it’s also saving time and saving lives!  Watch Now!

Telemedicine has improved access to quality health care across the most rural and isolated parts of America.  On this edition of AARP Live, we took a look inside one of these eHealth systems and learned why it pays to be tech savvy.

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