The AARP Bulletin

Fraud Watch Network - Fraud
The AARP Fraud Watch Network is working to raise awareness among Vermonters 50-plus so they don’t become victims of fraud.
Volunteer
AARP Vermont relies on the hard work and dedication of volunteers who donate their time, energy and talents to improve the lives of their neighbors and all Vermonters.
Bird watchers
AARP Vermont is offering three free programs in April and May that will cover everything from bird calls to robocalls. 
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Connie Philleo, state coordinator for the AARP Foundation Tax-Aide program in Vermont, received  the AARP Vermont Andrus Award for Community Service, for 2021. Philleo has served as a volunteer tax preparer with the program for nearly 20 years. 
No fraud
From draining a victim’s bank account to opening new lines of credit, swindlers have several methods of using your personal information to steal from you. 
Tax
Despite COVID-related challenges, more than 200 dedicated AARP Tax-Aide volunteers statewide helped file more than 5,000 federal tax forms last year, saving Vermonters $4.4 million in refunds. 
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AARP is offering 25 percent off its Smart Driver online course through the end of August. Sign up today to refresh your skills and help keep you and your loved ones safe on the road. 
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Vermont is the only state in New England that does not require insurance companies to provide coverage for hearing aids. 
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Caring for someone with this brain disease encompasses physical, emotional and financial challenges. But one thing is clear: Caregivers need support. 
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Accessible transportation enables vibrant neighborhoods and connects people with economic
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