— Join us for two live webcasts and get answers to your questions. Do you have questions about the Health Insurance Marketplace Open Enrollment? Get your answers live! Whether you’re enrolling for the first time or re-enrolling, the two-part Q&A series from AARP Learn@50+ provides answers about the 2018 enrollment process. In part one, AARP’s experts will review the Open Enrollment period (Nov. 1 to Dec. 15) and answer your questions about the process. In part two, the AARP team will lead a …

— Join us for two live Medicare webcasts and get answers to your questions Do you have questions about Medicare coverage and plan options? Whether you’re enrolling for the first time or entering open enrollment, the two-part Medicare Q&A series from Learn@50+ can get you answers about your 2017 plan options. In part one, AARP’s Medicare expert Susan Lutz will review the different parts of Medicare and answer your questions about enrollment periods for new Medicare recipients and open enrollment rules for …

— Join us on September 7, 2017 at 6:00 pm CT for Part 1 of AARP’s Interactive Social Security Webinar as we explore each of the five most asked about (and often misunderstood) Social Security topics—including applying for benefits, survivor benefits, spousal benefits, the earnings limit, and benefits for married couples. Plus, you can ask specific questions for the experts to answer using our interactive Q&A tool. We’ll also introduce you to AARP’s easy-to-use online tools, including our Benefits Calculator and a …

—   By Alan Greenblatt This time of year, lots of people want to prepare your taxes for a fee. But there’s an alternative: AARP Foundation’s Tax-Aide program, with volunteers helping file your state and federal returns for no cost. “You hate to hear about some senior citizen going to pay $150—or sometimes more than $150—for a two-page tax return,” said Wendell Shaffer, 77, a former accountant and oil business manager. He has been a Tax-Aide volunteer for 23 years and …

— Still looking at how you’re going to get your taxes done for 2015? The AARP Foundation offers free tax preparation services for Missouri taxpayers with low to moderate incomes through the Foundation’s Tax-Aide program. Sites throughout the St. Louis region are available. AARP Foundation Tax-Aide, in its 49th year, is the nation’s largest free tax assistance and preparation service for anyone and if you’re 50 and older, and can’t afford a tax preparation service, this program was made especially for …

— Credit and Debt
Budgeting and Saving
Preparing for Retirement
these are just a few of the topics that will covered during a FREE program presented by AARP Missouri and co-sponsored by Waddell & Reed and the Urban League of Greater Kansas City. Join us on Tuesday, November 10, 2015 from 6-8 p.m. to learn how to secure your financial future. The program will be held in the Polsinelli Conference Room at 900 W. 48th Place on the Country Club Plaza in Kansas City, …

— Many senior homeowners don’t have a plan for who will take ownership of their home when they pass away. One simple way to ensure that their homes are passed to their loved ones or to a trusted charitable organization is through a simple form called a Beneficiary Deed. What is a Beneficiary Deed? A Beneficiary Deed is a document prepared by an attorney, signed by the owner(s) of the property, and recorded with the County, naming the person or organization …