Does it make sense for you to work and collect Social Security at the same time? It’s a complicated question, but we’re here to make it easier to connect you to the resources that can help you decide what’s right for you.
Whether you're married, divorced or widowed, you may be able to use spousal benefits to increase your monthly Social Security check. Eligibility rules can be confusing. Register for AARP’s special webinar on Social Security and let us help you understand the details.
AARP South Carolina, Palmetto Goodwill, Myrtle Beach Harley-Davidson and the Veteran’s Welcome Home and Resource Center announce Stand Down at the Beach set for Friday, September 19, 2014. Stand Down is an event to provide services to homeless Veterans and Veterans such as food, shelter, clothing, health screenings, VA and Social Security benefits counseling, and referrals to a variety of other necessary services, such as housing, employment and substance abuse treatment. Stand Down is a collaborative event, coordinated between local Horry County resources, government agencies, and community agencies who serve the homeless.
See what South Carolina 50+ voters are saying about chained CPI, a proposal on the table in Washington to cut Social Security and Veterans' benefits. Click on the graphic to understand how chained CPI harms South Carolina residents.
AARP South Carolina, a non-partisan membership organization for people 50+, announces its 1st Congressional District general election debate hosted by the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) and broadcast live on WCBD-TV April 17 at 8 p.m.
(Columbia) The AARP South Carolina and Patch.com GOP runoff candidate debate scheduled for Tuesday, March 26 in Beaufort has been cancelled due to candidate participation. "It takes two candidates to have a debate," said Patrick Cobb, AARP SC spokesperson. "After numerous attempts to get Mr. Bostic's commitment to participate in the debate, a decision had to be made in the ability to produce a quality debate." Mark Sanford had previously accepted the invitation for the debate.
Have you heard the phrase “chained CPI” lately? It’s an innocuous sounding name for a budget proposal that would cut Social Security and other benefits for today’s seniors and veterans – including disabled veterans and military retirees. But what does it mean?
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