The AARP Bulletin

As demands on unpaid family caregivers increase, AARP Montana is offering a free webinar to give those helping loved ones new tools.
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Ensuring that your wishes are carried out after death is an important, but often confusing, process. AARP Montana and Montana State University Extension are offering a pair of free online workshops in May and June to help demystify the estate-planning process and simplify questions of personal legacy and distribution of property.
Need a speaker? AARP Montana offers free presentations via Zoom on a range of topics, such as caregiving, brain health, fraud prevention, Medicare, Social Security and personal finance.
Find out where to do your taxes!
Retirement doesn’t necessarily mean the end of tax benefits for older Montanans, even if they don’t have to file a tax return.
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With the new legislative session underway, AARP Montana is advocating for tax relief measures, support for family caregivers, better home care services, increased financial security and ways to combat elder abuse.
Find out where to do your taxes!
The majority of Montanans 45 and older are in favor of a state income tax exemption or reduction in tax rates for Social Security income, according to the latest “Vital Voices” survey from AARP Montana.
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The state Legislature convenes for only 90 days every two years. With the 2023 session coming up, AARP is looking for your help.
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Nine organizations in Montana have received AARP Community Challenge grants to improve livability and age-friendly designs.
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State officials are seeking applicants for four new councils that focus on safeguarding older adults.
As potentially dangerous wildfires extend into rural and developed areas, residents must prepare.
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