MAY 10, 2022
Four Million Americans, Including More than 19,000 Hawai`i Residents Signed AARP Petition Calling on Congress to Act
APR 1, 2022
Natural disasters are a part of life on the islands: Tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, floods and earthquakes can come at any time, and hurricanes may hit outside the traditional season.
APR 15, 2022
From Google maps to Zoom, social media basics and even smart TVs, AARP Hawai`i is offering online technology classes on Fridays at 10 a.m. in April and May.
APR 15, 2022
AARP Hawai`i’s online trip around the world cooking series concludes in May with East, Southeast and South Asian recipes and classic French sauces.
Hawai`i taxpayers are paying $62 million this year and will pay $1.72 billion over 20 years for the state’s share of social service programs to support workers and their families reaching retirement age without adequate savings, a new study estimates.
An AARP small business survey found that nearly three quarters of Hawai‘i small business decision-makers and owners think more should be done to encourage workers to save for retirement, and four in five support the creation of a state-facilitated retirement savings program.
Get tips on arranging the retirement you want with AARP Hawaii’s free webinar series Think of Your Future. The online sessions are 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. on Saturdays in March and on April 2.
Being financially secure in retirement is not just about money. It requires planning and a realistic understanding of your needs and wants plus the benefits Social Security and Medicare provide after you stop working.
A bill moving through the Legislature would give Hawai`i workers without a retirement savings program an easy way to save at work for a secure future.
Learn about the latest research on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia and steps you can take to improve your brain health at a free webinar and Facebook Live on Wednesday, March 2nd at 10 a.m.
Noting that Hawai`i is facing a retirement savings crisis, a Legislative task force is recommending the creation of a state-facilitated retirement savings program that will give more than 200,000 Hawai`i workers access to retirement savings at work and address a projected tax and spending shortfall of more than a billion dollars over the next 20 years.
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