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The AARP Bulletin

The Central Savannah River Area Regional Commission — which represents 13 counties — has joined the AARP Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities. It joins dozens of other localities across Georgia.
More than half of private-sector workers in Georgia — about 2.1 million people — don’t have a workplace retirement savings plan. And more than half of respondents in a recent poll are very or somewhat anxious about having enough money for retirement.
As tax day approaches, AARP Georgia reminds military veterans under 62 that they may be eligible for new tax benefits.
AARP Georgia is teaming up with some of the state’s most popular athletes to promote AARP’s Fraud Watch Network.
It’s been a decade since Macon-Bibb County became the nation’s first community designated “age friendly” in AARP’s Network of Age-Friendly States and Communities. Since then, 99 more cities, counties and communities in the Peach State have joined, pledging to become places that are welcoming and livable for people of all ages.
AARP asked gubernatorial candidates Republican incumbent Brian Kemp and Democrat Stacey Abrams about their views on inflation, health care, voting rules and other issues important to older voters.
Coming off a national championship, University of Georgia Bulldogs fans are even more jazzed than usual about the upcoming college football season.
All registered voters in the state can request an absentee ballot for the Tuesday, Nov. 8, general election as soon as Monday, Aug. 22.
It’s not always a woman who ends up being a caregiver. That’s what Atlanta playwright and filmmaker Garrett Davis wants men to know, and that it’s OK to ask for help.
AARP Georgia is offering a new take on the popular board game.
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