The AARP Bulletin

election
Ahead of pivotal November elections, AARP South Carolina is working with local media to understand how candidates will address issues affecting older residents.
retirement
Social Security provides only part of what retirees need to pay the bills, and millions of private-sector employees nationwide don’t have a workplace retirement plan that could help fill the gaps.
Veterans2
AARP South Carolina wants to ensure the state’s 354,669 veterans and their families are aware of all the resources that are available to them. 
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South Carolina is one of a dozen states that have not expanded Medicaid, the health insurer of last resort for low-income people, children and those with disabilities.
A man examines library bookshelves
Since its start in 2017, the AARP Community Challenge program has awarded more than $9 million to some 800 projects around the country. The goal is to provide quick-action grants for communities to work on livability issue.
Driver Safety 2
Keeping current with safe-driving techniques can save lives and lower your car insurance bill. AARP South Carolina wants motorists to know that the popular AARP Smart Driver course, designed for people 50 and older, is available online.
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Scammers try to take advantage of the unsuspecting, especially older people who have nest eggs and are vulnerable to exploitation.
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