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MAY 11, 2023
For the first time since the pandemic, AARP Utah hosted it's annual Volunteer Summit which brings together its staff, Executive Council, statewide volunteer Area Coordinators, as well as the volunteer leadership from the state affiliates of AARP’s Driver Safety Program, Tax-Aide Program and Utah Retired School Employee Association.
MAY 1, 2023
AARP Utah’s virtual cooking classes are back, and on the menu is pan-seared fish and garlic butter sauce over creamy risotto.
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!
There has been a lot on the line for older Utahns during our 45-day legislative session and AARP Utah advocates made sure their voices were heard on the issues that mattered to them. You reached out to your lawmakers through thousands of emails, phone calls, and texts and it has made a difference! Now that the session has closed, we are happy to announce some of the significant wins for Utahns while we wait for the Governor’s signature.
Volunteers are needed to help keep Utah roads safe and older drivers confident behind the wheel.
Beginning in April, AARP Utah will host a three-month live educational series, led virtually by local experts, on topics like Wills & Estate Planning, Staying Active with Age, and a live cooking demonstration!
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide provides in-person and virtual tax assistance free of charge! Utah residents can get their taxes done for free beginning in February and continuing through April.
High speed internet is no longer a luxury, it’s a necessity. And with the COVID-19 pandemic now entering its third year, access to affordable and reliable high speed internet, also known as broadband, is essential to providing the connections Utahns need to family, friends, health care providers, work and so much more.
AARP Utah is proud to announce the appointment of Olga de la Cruz and Kimo Pokini as the newest members of our Executive Council.
Utah is one of only 11 states that tax Social Security benefits. But in an era of high inflation, people who are dependent on their Social Security income are looking for a break.
Salt Lake City, UT – The majority of Utah voters across party lines and age groups agree that the state should eliminate the income tax on Social Security benefits, states a new AARP poll. Fully 66% of Utah voters agree with this change with 69% of Republicans agreeing, 67% of Democrats agreeing, and 65% of Independents agreeing. The survey showed removing Utah’s tax on Social Security benefits even had strong support from all age groups: 54% of 18-34 years olds agree, 67% of 35-49 year olds agree, and 75% of those age 50 and over agree. With Utah’s 2023 Legislative Session weeks away, AARP is calling on the Governor and lawmakers to make eliminating the tax on Social Security benefits a top priority.
All active registered voters in Utah will automatically receive a ballot in the mail, but in-person voting is also available.
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