AARP New Jersey is hosting a Facebook Live event on Friday, May 5, at noon to discuss common scams being perpetrated across the state and to help people learn how to protect themselves.
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New Jersey residents will go to the polls on Nov. 8 to elect 12 members of Congress as well as several municipal officeholders.
A grace period that protected consumers from having municipal electricity, water or waste utility services cut off expired March 15.
Nearly 8 in 10 people 40 and older have seen or experienced age discrimination in the workplace, according to AARP research.
November is National Family Caregivers Month, and AARP New Jersey honors the 1.08 million family caregivers in the state who provide unpaid care and support to their loved ones.
The pandemic’s financial hit has made it hard for many people to pay their utility bills. After a strong advocacy campaign by AARP New Jersey, the Garden State has extended a moratorium on utility shutoffs for nonpayment.
AARP New Jersey has successfully advocated for the state’s more than 1 million unpaid family caregivers, including expanding support to those caring for loved ones exposed to or diagnosed with COVID-19.
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