The AARP Bulletin

Saving for Retirement
Delaware residents are a step closer to getting an easy retirement savings option through their employer.
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AARP Delaware volunteer Eunice LaFate offers free art classes to help ease the stress of family care­givers. The classes will be at her LaFate Gallery in downtown Wilmington on Wednesdays in May. Sessions are limited to 10 people; registration is required.
No fraud
Delaware ranked second in the nation per capita in cases of fraud and other reports in 2022, according to Federal Trade Commission data.
Delaware has finally crossed the 1 million population mark, according to updated counts by the U.S. Census Bureau estimating the state’s 2021 population.
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A raft of new laws that will help people 50 and older passed the state General Assembly this year.
Starting in 2025, more Delaware workers should be able to save for retirement by having money deducted from their paychecks at work.
For voters in Delaware in 2022, election rules changed and then changed back. 
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Delaware voters will nominate candidates for state and federal offices on primary day, Tuesday, Sept. 13. AARP Delaware urges all eligible First Staters to vote and to be aware that because of redistricting, changed state legislative lines may affect which candidates appear on their ballots. 
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AARP Delaware has scheduled events to help members stay engaged in their communities.
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Cycling improves fitness and is a great way to get to a destination for those who don’t want to drive. AARP Delaware is teaming up with Bike Delaware to encourage First Staters to get on their bikes by offering a series of cycling events this summer.
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