Does it make sense for you to work and collect Social Security at the same time? It’s a complicated question, but we’re here to make it easier to connect you to the resources that can help you decide what’s right for you.
Whether you're married, divorced or widowed, you may be able to use spousal benefits to increase your monthly Social Security check. Eligibility rules can be confusing. Register for AARP’s special webinar on Social Security and let us help you understand the details.
Senate Candidates Heller & Rosen in Statistical Tie Among Nevada 50-Plus Voters; Older Voters Oppose Ballot Question 3
How to strengthen and preserve Social Security for future generations is one of the most important decisions facing federal policymakers. This campaign season, questions about Social Security’s fate belong on the forefront.
Join the Latin Chamber of Commerce of Nevada and AARP Nevada as we host a roundtable to discuss the future of Social Security and its impact on Hispanics.
WASHINGTON, DC – AARP today sent a letter to members of Congress and the President opposing the deficit proposal that would reduce Social Security benefits by adopting the Chained Consumer Price Index (CCPI). In last year’s deficit discussion AARP took a similar position. The letter follows a report AARP recently released called Proposed Changes to Social Security’s Cost-of-Living Adjustment.
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