After four decades as a smart-money, anti-fraud crusader, Clark Howard, who turns 68 this month, isn't slowing down. He talks with the AARP Bulletin about money, work, health and retirement.
ADUs, sometimes called in-law suites, are small homes or apartments on the same lot as a single-family house. Proponents say they are a critical part of the solution to Florida’s affordable housing crisis.
Georgia consumers reported $158 million in fraud losses in 2022, according to FTC data.
A new retirement savings program offering workers greater financial security is among the top issues older Georgians and their advocates will push for in the 2023 legislative session.
AARP will hold a town hall on holiday scams with the Better Business Bureau of Connecticut, among a number of initiatives to raise public awareness of fraud.
Among the first of its kind in the nation, the new system will include key information on court-appointed guardians, including how many people they oversee, if they’re registered with the state and if there are disciplinary actions against them.
In other states, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) have a specialized license that gives them broader authority for patient care. Not in Georgia. AARP Georgia supports legislation to grant separate licenses to APRNs.
A recent AARP analysis indicated that 8 percent of South Carolina residents over 50 were food insecure.
Musician and family caregiver Bob Baldwin will share his music and insights on the importance of caregiving at a free online event Nov. 12.
If you are a caregiver for, or spouse of, a veteran, make some time for yourself and connect with other caregivers at a monthly coffee break.
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