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Are candidates listening to voters 50+? Do they understand their concerns?
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Lawsuit seeks to recover $90 million in lost employee retirement funds due to financial mismanagement
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AARP poll shows 60 percent are anxious about having enough money for retirement. About two-thirds favor a state retirement savings option to help workers save on the job.
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Top elected officials, an audience of 340, and health and wealth experts took on a number of policy issues in a lively and substantive virtual event led by AARP Michigan.
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Last year was anything but normal, as Covid-19 reduced the program to about one-third its usual size.  A larger than usual influx of new volunteers will be needed to replace those who decided to retire. Apply now through Nov. 1.
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Lower prescription drug prices, nursing home reforms, expansion of home and community based services, bridging the digital divide, and increased access to health care through telehealth are among AARP Michigan's priority issues this year.
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At AARP, we are committed to giving you access to the tools and resources you need to effectively manage your money, especially in uncertain times like these.
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Doug Shadel, one of the country's foremost experts on fraud, said people should be especially aware of scammers during the COVID-19 outbreak, and the holiday season when people are anxious and do a lot of shopping.
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The two-hour “MI Sisters and Friends: Conversations that Count” event enabled at-home viewers to vote on issue options. They arrived at a six-item health and wealth agenda to present to elected officials.
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