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AARP Ohio and Attorney General Mike DeWine are working together to protect Ohioans of all ages from fraud, scams and ID theft.
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The White House Conference on Aging (WHCOA) will convene Monday (April 27) at the Global Center for Health Innovation in downtown Cleveland, where area residents and experts will engage in discussions that will help shape the national conversation about what aging will mean for Americans in the next 10 years.
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Protect Yourself from Fraud and Identity Theft
Con artists are counting on you to figure that you know better than to get taken, and to let it go at that. You may be well aware of the latest tricks and have all the tips down to fight ID theft, online crime, bogus mailings and phone fraud. What about your kids, parents or grandparents?
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AARP Wisconsin volunteer speakers are ready, willing and eager to give free presentations to community groups across the state about provisions of the Affordable Care Act that impact seniors and their families.
AARP Louisiana’s speakers bureau is booking engagements at community events across the state to help Louisianans understand changes in health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act.
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