Join AARP NY and Radio 103.9 for Faith & Finance

Posted on 11/21/2014 by | AARP New York | Comments

Local Resources AARP and Radio 103.9 are teaming up for financial education workshops to help New Yorkers improve their financial health.  Join us to hear a panel of experts discuss the importance of financial planning, how to plan for future and your family’s future through estate planning, and what you need to do to buy a home and manage your mortgage as you retire. “Providing New Yorkers with the tools to plan for the financial future is a top priority for AARP …

AARP Report: New York on Track for Billion-Dollar Baby Boomer Flight Problem

Posted on 09/8/2014 by | AARP New York | Comments

Local Resources Contacts: David Irwin, dirwin@aarp.org; Erik Kriss, ekriss@aarp.org AARP, City & State Join with Comptroller DiNapoli, State & National Leaders to Look at 50+ Economy & Impact – Problems & Solutions to Boomer Flight Albany, New York – Baby Boomers in New York State’s workforce are set to deliver a whopping $179 billion a year to the state’s economy in their retirement – if they stick around, that is. A new AARP report out today says that 60% of working Boomers …

Fighting Hunger in New York One Person at a Time

Posted on 04/2/2014 by | AARP New York | Comments

Local Resources It is a Monday afternoon, and my telephone rings.  It is a woman, Mary, who wants to know more about SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program).  She takes care of her sister, Rose, who has dementia and is having trouble making ends meet.  She has heard about AARP’s SNAP application service and wants to know if she is eligible. I ask her a couple of short questions, and am able to tell her that based on the information she has given …

AARP Details the Good, the Bad & the Ugly in 2014-15 NYS Budget

Posted on 04/2/2014 by | AARP New York | Comments

Local Resources Contacts: Erik Kriss, ekriss@aarp.org; David Irwin, dirwin@aarp.org Makes Meds Affordable for More Seniors and Protects Patients from Surprise Med Bills, But Falls Short for Caregivers, Utility Consumers  Statement by Beth Finkel, State Director for AARP in New York State: “The New York State budget delivers some good news for older New Yorkers’ kitchen table economies, but falls woefully short in some crucial areas. “Under the budget, more seniors will have access to affordable prescription drugs and protection from surprise and …

See Mama, I Want to See & More this Spring!

Posted on 03/5/2014 by | AARP New York | Comments

Local Resources You might be surprised by what AARP has coming up this Spring! AARP members can see four exclusive Vy Higginsen productions at the dates below for a discount price of $24 (tickets are originally $35)! All shows will be performed at the Dempsey Theater, located at 127 W.127th St. (between Lenox and 7th Aves.), New York, NY. Please call the Box Office at 212-280-1045 to purchase your tickets.   MAMA, I WANT TO SING: THE NEXT GENERATION Mama, I Want to Sing is …

AARP Report: Feelings of Winter Isolation Putting Millions of NYers at Risk for Online Fraud

Posted on 03/5/2014 by | AARP New York | Comments

Local Resources Contact: David Irwin  dirwin@aarp.org New Yorkers at Higher Risk Based on How They Feel Coupled With Key Behavior Traits, New AARP Report Finds NEW YORK, New York – Cabin fever from the winter cold setting in? Scam artists are banking on it – a new AARP report finds that the more isolated you feel, the more susceptible you are to online fraud.  The first-of-its-kind AARP study takes an in-depth look at what feelings and behaviors millions of New Yorkers are …