Andrea Doland

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Always seeking ways to “Serve Not to be Served,” members of Brian Jacks’ AARP VA Roanoke and Lynchburg leadership teams met at Gross and Sons Apple Orchard in Bedford County to glean fallen apples for those in need.  This was their first time participating in such an endeavor to support AARP VA’s September focus on hunger.  Brian's family joined us in the effort. 
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The IRS is encouraging taxpayers who received a large refund to do a “paycheck checkup” to make sure their employers are withholding the correct amount of taxes from their paychecks. Visit the IRS withholding calculator today .
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Every two seconds someone’s identity is stolen.
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Are you a caregiver for family or a friend?  Are you a professional caregiver?  If the answer is YES, then this event is for you.
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AARP Movies for Grownups series is showing The Seagull at Regal Valley View Grande Stadium 16 on August 23 rd at 1:00 pm.
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AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation's largest volunteer-run tax preparation service; helped nearly 85,000 Virginians last year
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AARP Foundation Tax-Aide is the nation's largest volunteer-run tax preparation service
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AARP celebrated their 60 years anniversary at the Lynchburg ballpark on Thursday, July 12th. The Hillcats played the Potomac. AARP staff and volunteers were out there in full force to engage with the game attendees on the importance of voting in this Novembers elections and provided information on brain health.
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Virginia voters statewide will hear candidates’ positions on issues important to their families
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Up to 400,000 Virginians who are in the coverage gap will soon have access to affordable health care coverage. Coverage will extend to help people who previously earned too much to qualify for Medicaid but could not afford health insurance, childless, adults, and others. This expansion will also increase jobs in Virginia by about 12,000 positions. The bill will save Virginia approximately $370 million dollars in the next two years alone. The money saved can be put towards mental health services as well as teacher, law enforcement, and behavioral staff salary increases.
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