Please join us at the National Western Stock Show for AARP Day on Wednesday, January 20, 2016. AARP members and guests will receive $6 off regular priced tickets on the January 20th 7:00 p.m. rodeo plus service fees will be waived.
More than 45 percent of Virginia workers—some 1.3 million people—don’t have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan. AARP Virginia is urging lawmakers to establish a committee to study this issue in 2015 and recommend ways to help people save for the future.
To help Marylanders prepare for retirement, AARP is pushing for a Work and Save bill. If passed in 2015, the law would require private companies with at least five employees to provide a retirement savings plan through payroll deduction. Workers could opt out, and employers would not be required to contribute.
Get tips about saving and investing, so that you can take control of your financial future, at one of the financial planning seminars that AARP is conducting this fall at libraries throughout the Columbus area.
Broad coalition of small businesses, working parents and seniors calls on Oregon legislature to stand up to Wall Street pressure on retirement security
(Salem, Ore.)— The Retirement in Reach coalition (a broad group of organizations representing approximately 900,000 Oregonians) today attacked “Wall Street financial interests” that are fighting HB 3436B. In a press conference held at the Oregon State Capitol, the coalition called on the Oregon Legislature to pass the bill to create a task force to study ways to increase retirement savings for working Oregonians.
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