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The AARP Bulletin

The future of Social Security — what’s changing and what you need to know about securing your benefits — is the topic of an AARP Utah University virtual workshop on Tuesday, May 7.
Planning headaches can diminish the lure of travel, so AARP Utah is gathering seasoned travelers to share tips on making your efforts more efficient.
As older Utahans struggle to build enough savings for a comfortable retirement, they also need to master what comes next: making it last.
AARP Utah’s virtual cooking classes are back, and on the menu is pan-seared fish and garlic butter sauce over creamy risotto.
Volunteers are needed to help keep Utah roads safe and older drivers confident behind the wheel.
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.
AARP Utah is offering a webinar series to help you make smart decisions, covering everything from making healthy food choices to properly preparing wills and trusts.
According to the Federal Trade Commission, fraud and identity theft have been on the rise in the past five years.
South Salt Lake has a new way for residents to boost their physical and mental health without joining a gym: the AARP-sponsored outdoor fitness park, organized by FitLot in Bickley Park, next to the Columbus Senior Center.
When the State Legislature convenes on Jan. 18, AARP Utah will be back to advocate for residents 50-plus, working to lower prescription drug costs, strengthen support for family caregivers and ensure that Utahns have access to retirement savings plans.
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