THIS MONTH ON AARP LIVE
Fraudsters are working hard to cash in as Americans wait to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus.
Learn the tell-tale signs of a scam this month on AARP Live as AARP WI State Director Sam Wilson and AARP OK State Director Sean Voskuhl share tips to help you protect your wallet and your health! Plus, five lucky callers will have a chance to win a hard cooler! Rules apply. Join the conversation and call 1-877-283-7570 during the show for your chance to win.
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In a world with a 24/7 news cycle and information at your fingertips, misinformation can spread like wild fire. This month on AARP Live, we’ll help you separate fact from fiction online.
For more than 80 years, Social Security has been an important source of income in retirement for most Americans. In a turbulent economy and in times of financial insecurity – social security becomes an even more critical lifeline! This month on AARP Live, we’re answering your most pressing Social Security questions and sharing expert advice on how to navigate the pandemic economy.
Resources for Veterans
From health care to education and home loans, navigating Veteran’s benefits can be complicated and frustrating! This month on AARP Live, we explore resources to support Veterans, Military members and their families. Experts share how scammers target veteran benefits and what scams we all need to be on the lookout for this time of year!
Inside the Dark Web
Now more than ever the internet is critical to staying connected with family and friends. But there’s a dark side. Get a rare look inside the mind of a former dark web criminal and learn what you can do to protect yourself and loved ones from cybercrimes.
Disaster Prep and Recovery During the Pandemic
The last few months have proven that disasters don’t stop during a pandemic. This month on AARP Live, we explore how the COVID-19 pandemic can affect disaster preparedness and recovery. Plus we’ll share tips to help keep yourself and loved ones safe and healthy in an emergency.
Prescriptions Prices in the Pandemic
Is the pandemic economy affecting your ability to pay for prescription drugs? Americans pay the highest prescriptions drug prices in the world. This month AARP WI State Director, Sam Wilson, and AARP OK State Director, Sean Voskuhl, as they discuss what’s being done to bring down the cost of prescription drugs.
As we all work to protect our health, crooks are working to attack our pocketbooks! The FBI and local police have seen an uptick in scams targeting older Americans during this pandemic. This month on AARP Live, we’re exposing con artists’ tricks and sharing tips for keeping your money and personal information safe during uncertain times.
Personal Finance During the Pandemic
It's hard to stay calm in uncertain times – especially when it comes to your money. This month on AARP Live, we’re joined by NPR Marketplace’s Senior Economics Contributor, Chris Farrell to discuss how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the economy and explore ways you can ease financial fears and focus on building a secure financial future.
Making Small Towns Great
Rural communities face unique challenges when it comes to transportation, healthcare services and access to broadband. How can small towns attract younger families, jobs and innovators to keep their town vibrant and desirable? This month on AARP Live we tackle these issues and highlight how AARP is working in every state to help make communities across America more sustainable and livable places for all ages.
Playing It Safe Online
Social media sites are a popular way to stay connected with friends and family, or even find a date. But beware! Some social media sites are also ripe hunting grounds for digital crooks and scammers. This month on Rural America Live with AARP, we explore ways to stay safe on social media.
Did you resolve to get organized in 2020? Start the new year on the right foot by getting your personal affairs in order! This month on AARP Live, we explore ways to protect your estate and ensure your wishes are followed.
Reigning in Robocalls
Those calls are more than annoying – they may be aiming to steal your identity and your hard-earned money. Watch for tips to reign in those robocalls.