AARP North Caroliina

Steve Hahn

Biography:

Helping over 1.1 million people in North Carolina make the most out of life at age 50 plus.

1511 Sunday Drive
Suite 320
Raleigh, NC 27607
866-389-5650

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Memorial Day is a time to remember those who serve and served

Posted on 05/22/2015 by | AARP North Caroliina | Comments

It’s Memorial Day Weekend and AARPNC is honoring those who sacrificed their lives for this country and the men and women who serve our nation. This week on Real Life, you’ll learn more about the nation’s largest organization of Veterans — AARP. Find out how AARP supports our veterans and makes their lives easier and more affordable. Right now, Veterans can also join AARP at a 20 percent discount! Pay your own tribute to a fallen soldier or Veteran by …

Memorial Day is the time to say thanks those who serve and served

Posted on 05/22/2015 by | AARP North Caroliina | Comments

It’s Memorial Day Weekend and AARPNC is honoring those who sacrificed their lives for this country those men and women who serve our nation. Pay your own tribute to a veteran by posting your comments on the AARPNC Facebook page. This week on Real Life, you’ll learn more about the nation’s largest organization of veterans — AARP.  Find out how AARP supports our 4 million veteran members and their families by making their lives easier and more affordable. Right now, …

AARP honors those who have done the most to improve the health and economic security of minorities in NC

Posted on 05/22/2015 by | AARP North Caroliina | Comments

GREENSBORO — Six North Carolina organizations were presented with the 2015 AARP Multicultural Outreach Award in recognition for their work in promoting greater health and economic prosperity for all. According to AARP’s Debra Tyler Horton, who leads multicultural outreach in North Carolina, “The ceremony was held at the International Civil Rights Museum, the site of 1961 Greensboro sit-ins, to draw attention to the continued struggle for equality when it comes to our personal health and wealth. Great disparities still exist …

House budget proposal restores medical deductions, increases Home and Community Block Grant

Posted on 05/19/2015 by | AARP North Caroliina | Comments

By Charmaine Fuller Cooper State House leaders responded to North Carolina’s seniors in the House budget proposal released Monday night. Over the past two weeks, AARP members sent over 75,000 emails and 2,000 faxes to legislative leaders urging full restoration of state medical expense deductions and full funding for the Home and Community Care Block Grant. Both came out winners in the State House budget proposal. Check out the key highlights from the proposed House Budget: Medical Deductions Fully Restored …

Upset about lost medical expense deductions? There is still time to take action!

Posted on 05/14/2015 by | AARP North Caroliina | Comments

  Are you upset about lost medical expense tax deductions in North Carolina? If so, it’s time to take action. Many older adults and families in North Carolina did not realize the full impact of this tax law change until filing their 2014 tax returns this spring. But legislative leaders still have an opportunity to restore the medical expense deductions that provide some needed relief from the high cost of health care for people of all ages. This week on …

A business case for workers age 50+

Posted on 05/14/2015 by | AARP North Caroliina | Comments

By Doug Dickerson, Director, AARP North Carolina Hopefully, we’ll all live to be age 50. Then what? A new study by AARP and Aon Hewitt found that workers age 50+ are the most engaged employees, between 5-7% higher than workers under 50. The study also found that 50+ talent is a key ingredient in a high-performing workforce, and that leading employers focus on recruiting and retaining these workers because the employers value the workers’ experience and maturity. Companies that boast …