The instant pot craze is on and fans say it can make cooking an absolute breeze! And can save time, money and calories by combining the speed of pressure cookers with the ease of slow cookers. Oh, we didn’t mention staying cool by eliminating slaving over a hot stove or turning on the oven!
While a large majority of Americans suspect that most of the automated telephone messages – or “robocalls” – that they receive are attempts at scams, few are taking actions to protect themselves, according to results of a new survey from the AARP Fraud Watch Network.
It wouldn’t be summer in New Hampshire without the 86 th Annual League of NH Craftsmen’s Fair -- August 3 through 11, 2019 – at Mount Sunapee Resort in Newbury. It is the oldest craft fair in the country and the largest arts event in the state. And AARP members receive a $12 ticket – at the gate or online -- with their membership card. To receive the discount when ordering online, use the code SAVE2019 .
New frauds and scams seem to crop up weekly. Identity theft and other scams rob millions of Americans of their hard-earned money. Last year alone, Americans lost $18 billion dollars to fraud and scams. In fact, every two seconds, a con artist steals someone’s identity.
During May and June, 15 AARP Foundation Tax-Aide site locations in New Hampshire will be engaging a network of volunteers who will help eligible Granite Staters navigate the process of applying for Low and Moderate Income Homeowners Property Tax Relief. Those whose incomes qualify – regardless of age – may be eligible for tax relief.
The home of state government is a sacred place. In New Hampshire, we have the largest state legislative body in the country. (424 members!) So, we’re big but what really goes on and how does the legislative process work?
Manchester’s Parks and Recreation Department has released the spring dates for 2019’s “Walk for your Health” program. This walking group is open to people of all ages who want to get out in the fresh air, exercise and meet new friends! The spring series runs from Monday, April 15 – Friday, June 21, with walks taking place on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 9:00 am at a variety of locations.
AARP New Hampshire volunteer advocate Guy Chapdelaine offered this testimony at the Senate Finance Committee hearing on May 8 in Manchester.
Doug McNutt, Associate State Director for Advocacy for AARP New Hampshire, offered this testimony at today’s Senate Finance Committee hearing.
AARP New Hampshire volunteer advocates Karen Ulmer Dorsch and Mary Roberge offered this testimony at Tuesday’s Senate Finance Committee Hearing in Concord.
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