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Innovative Tuition Discount in Delaware

Posted on 05/19/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

AARP & U. of DE Team Up on Master of Arts A recent collaboration between the two organizations provides fresh incentive for adults to pursue professional education opportunities.  AARP members who live in Delaware and their guests are now eligible for a 15 percent tuition discount in the University’s Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MALs) adult professional education program. It just makes sense. From the start, the direct alignment with Life Reimagined was clear cut from an AARP perspective when Carlos de los Ramos, …

Urge Your State Senator to Support Family Caregivers!

Posted on 05/16/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

Right now, the Delaware Legislature is considering Senate Bill 52, the CARE Act, which would help family caregivers and their loved ones. AARP is asking our members to contact their Senators in support of SB 52. When loved ones leave the hospital, family caregivers can feel unprepared and unsure about the complex medical tasks needed to properly care for them. That’s why the CARE Act makes sense. The bill supports family caregivers when their loved ones go into the hospital …

A Step in the Right Direction for Better Transportation and Communities

Posted on 05/13/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

Consider this: Men outlive their driving years by about six years; women, by about ten years. How will this growing population ensure access to doctor visits, supermarkets and even social events. Will they become isolated? That’s why AARP supported the passage of Senate Bill 130 with a coalition that includes the YMCA of Delaware, Nemours Health and the American Heart Association. Recently signed by Governor Markell, the bill promotes transit-oriented development, which allows local government to create Complete Community Enterprise …

Unique Volunteer Opportunity to help preserve the history of the African American experience

Posted on 05/4/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

“No man can know where his is going unless he knows exactly where he has been and exactly how he arrived at his present place.”   — Maya Angelou The Opportunity From 1830 until well after the Civil War, free, freed and fleeing Blacks gathered in regional, state and national meetings called “Colored Conventions.” These men and women discussed and explored solutions to the problems facing African Americans during the 19th century. They pursued justice in the courts and education, seeking …

Senator Coons Recognizes Tax Day at Local Tax Aide site

Posted on 04/29/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

Newark Senior Center in Newark, DE is home to the largest AARP Foundation Tax-Aide volunteer site. On Friday April 15th, just before official Tax Day, Senator Chris Coons, AARP Delaware State President Rashmi Rangan and AARP State Director Lucretia Young paid a visit to the Tax-Aide volunteers who have helped almost 600 people file their tax returns at the Newark Senior Center. In total, Tax-Aide volunteers of New Castle County have helped file over 3,000 tax returns for Delaware residents. …

IT’S TIME FOR CANDIDATES TO DEBATE SOCIAL SECURITY

Posted on 04/25/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

You wouldn’t know it from most the news coverage. But voters really do want presidential candidates to lay out their plans to keep Social Security financially sound for future generations.   In Delaware, Social Security helps more than 182,000 people pay their bills. It keeps millions in the middle class – and 41,000 above the poverty line. Delaware residents depend on Social Security, and they want it to be there for their children and grandchildren.   They want to know …

AARP Fraud Watch Network Launches Education Effort to Foil Tax Scammers

Posted on 04/8/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

        Every Day Behaviors Put Delawareans at Greater Risk  Delaware ranks 6th in the Nation for Fraudulent Activity The AARP Fraud Watch Network is launching an education effort to help people protect themselves from tax scams, releasing a new digital advertising campaign, featuring a new video and a tip sheet. The Association is also encouraging people to take advantage of AARP’s free tax preparation services at www.aarp.org./taxaide. AARP is warning Delawareans about two tax scams. An imposter …

FREE SHRED FEST RIGHT AFTER TAX TIME

Posted on 04/6/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

Have your sensitive documents safely shredded Every 2 seconds, someone’s identity is stolen in America. Consumers also reported losing $1.7 billion to scams and frauds in 2014. Here in Delaware, we’re #6 for fraud as reported by the Federal Trade Commission. That’s why AARP and the YMCA of Delaware are collaborating on a FREE SHREDDING EVENT on April 23, 2016. The event will arm you and your family with the tools you need to avoid current frauds and scams in …

AARP Praises New Rule Requiring Financial Advisers to Give Advice in Best Interest of Consumers

Posted on 04/6/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

Executive Vice President Nancy LeaMond praised the announcement of a final rule by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) that updates requirements for providing financial advice to individual retirement plan savers. Americans saving for retirement currently lose an estimated 6 to 17 billion dollars per year due to bad investment advice. Many advisers already abide by the higher standard. “Today marks a tremendous victory for consumers. The new rules ensure that anyone who is saving for their retirement will know …

Beware of Coupon Scams

Posted on 03/14/2016 by <a href="http://states.aarp.org/author/kiapalucci/" title="Posts by Kimberly Iapalucci" rel="author">Kimberly Iapalucci</a> | AARP Delaware |

Every 2 seconds, someone’s identity is stolen in America. In the last year alone, Americans lost $18 billion of their hard-earned dollars to fraud, identity theft and scams. Delaware ranks #6 out of all States for fraudulent activity. Don’t be a victim. Get inside the mind of a con artist and prevent fraud.    Be alert for coupon scams that are common “campaigns” blasted throughout social media. They promise unbelievable deals like a free $200 Nordstrom gift card or a …