Generation X

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Crisis Will Only Get Worse if Not Addressed in Final 2017-18 Budget
Big Majorities Favor Clinton Over Trump on Social Security, Retirement; NYers Struggling With Necessities; Time Ripe for Leaders to Find Solutions
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Women More Stressed, Less Prepared for Financially Secure Retirement than Men; AARP Urges “Secure Choice” State-Facilitated Savings Plan
Charged NY Consumers 14% More than Utility Companies, Federal Data Shows
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Stressed Out by Unaffordability and Lack of Savings, One in Three Hispanic City Voters 35-50 Don’t Expect to Ever Retire
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Flash Mob Cuts “Social Security Card” Cake, Parties With Balloons, Birthday Cards Outside President’s Former Home
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Program Remains Key to Retirement, Living Independently, Important for Future Generations, According to National AARP Survey
Survey Unveils overwhelming Backing for Political Leaders to Preserve Affordable Housing Stock
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This year Generation X turned 50. With 2.5 million members across the state, AARP New York is the state’s leading advocate for the 50+, and we believe now is the time for us to take stock of the financial plans of Gen Xers and how prepared they are for their financial future.
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