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AARP VI Releases New Poll Revealing Virgin Islanders Want to Save to Retire and Believe it’s Very Important to Save for Retirement at Work
Survey Reveals Strong Support for Sponsored Retirement Savings Plans
Haley Vollmer is working as an intern for AARP ND. A Kansas State University student and Wing, N.D., native, Vollmer supports communications and volunteer engagement.
Retired Virgin Islands government employees can go back to work without giving up part of their pensions, under a new law passed after a campaign by AARP Virgin Islands.
The majority of Americans would like to remain in their own homes and communities as they age, instead of moving into a long-term care center. While for some it may be a preference, for others it may be a necessity due to expenses, logistics and other factors. Regardless of why an individual may choose to remain at home, aging-in-place can deliver its own set of challenges. Aging-in-place takes planning and may require a large network of caregivers, services, and even physical modifications to the home.
AARP Foundation, through a generous grant from Google.org, is offering the new Digital Skills Ready@50+™ initiative to meet a pressing need: digital skills training for people over 50 who are living with low income, with a particular focus on women and people of color.
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