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Here's what to know, whether you're a resident who's working or retired, or if you're considering a move to Pennsylvania.
AARP strongly supports proposals that provide equitable, cost-effective, and targeted property tax relief to those most burdened by their property tax bills. As the 2023 tax season begins, thanks to AARP Pennsylvania’s efforts, more Pennsylvanians will receive help through the Commonwealth’s Property Tax Rent Rebate Program, which delivers relief for age and income eligible homeowners and renters.
Mary Bach has spent years traveling the state to help consumers protect themselves in the marketplace. As she says: “It’s your money we’re talking about. I don’t care if it’s a couple of pennies or several dollars.”
More than 2 million Pennsylvanians don’t have access to a retirement savings plan through their jobs.
The cost of electricity will be increasing dramatically beginning June 1. The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) recently alerted customers that most electric utilities will be adjusting electric generation prices next month. Depending on their electric utility company, many customers will see increases ranging between 6% and 45%. Here are some ways to reduce your energy bill.
Financial Empowerment Center counselors can help individuals find housing or emergency assistance, open and learn how to use a bank account, or work out payment plans with creditors, among other services.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide Sites Are Now Open in Pennsylvania
Find out more about this issue at AARP’s second in a series of free webinars.
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