APR 16, 2021
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
APR 16, 2020
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MAR 15, 2021
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) released its report of fraud complaints from last year, and it was historically high, due in large part to COVID and the economic downturn. Criminals thrive in times of confusion and 2020 was the perfect storm. Staying on top of COVID related scams was a never-ending game of whack-a-mole for consumers, and the problem hasn’t gone away.
FEB 26, 2021
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From sharing practical resources, to holding fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Utah. We hope you’ll join us!
When someone demands payment via gift card, that’s when you know you’ve caught a scammer. Join AARP for a free webinar to learn about common scams where gift cards are the currency.
When it comes to your retirement income strategy, planning ahead is the best policy. Catch our free webinar all about Social Security and how to count your benefits into retirement income.
Utah Residents 65 and older can receive the COVID-19 vaccine starting Thursday, February 18. Contact your local health department to schedule an appointment or to find out when vaccination clinics will be held.
AARP Did Not Authorize or Participate in Production of House Majority PAC Ads Targeting Utah Congressional Candidate Burgess Owens
AARP Utah State Director Alan Ormsby released the following statement today in response to the House Majority PAC citation of AARP in political ads targeting Burgess Owens, a candidate for Utah’s 4th Congressional District. Ormsby said:
Utah’s race for Governor is underway with Republican Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox facing University of Utah law professor Chris Peterson, a Democrat. To understand how they plan to lower the cost of prescription drugs, support family caregivers, expand broadband internet, create livable communities, adjust Utah’s budget and taxes, AARP Utah posed five key questions to each candidate. Here are their 60-second video responses, with transcripts:
AARP Did Not Authorize or Participate in Production of DCCC or U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams Ads Targeting Congressional Candidate Burgess Owens
AARP Utah State Director Alan Ormsby released the following statement today in response to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams’s citation of AARP in political ads targeting Burgess Owens, a candidate for Utah’s 4th Congressional District. Ormsby said:
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