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Español | We’re almost one month into the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane Season, and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (NOAA) has forecasted what could be its seventh consecutive above-average hurricane season. AARP-Virgin Islands is working very hard to keep the territory – especially its 50+ community – informed about preparing for the current hurricane season and other disasters.
AARP in The Virgin Islands Applauds Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. on His Commitment to Older Adults in State of the Territory’s Address
Governor Pledges to ‘Ensure the Needs of Our Elders Are Properly Addressed’
Español | AARP in The Virgin Islands advocated for passage of Bill No. 34-0076, now Act No. 8468, which amends the existing law to grant seniors and the terminally ill preference in civil actions. The VI Legislature voted in favor of the Bill on August 3, 2021, and it was signed into law by Governor Albert Bryan, Jr. on August 16, 2021.
For older people, living alone can be challenging, but during a natural disaster or health emergency, it can be frightening.
IRS reverses decision to require "simple" tax returns from beneficiaries
Español | In the face of the coronavirus pandemic, AARP in The Virgin Islands is providing information and resources to help older Virgin Islanders and those caring for them protect themselves from the virus and help prevent it from spreading to others.
AARP is proud to support all 50-plus individuals, including those who are lesbian, bisexual, gay, transgender or queer (LGBTQ).
People may face difficulty in probate court trying to acquire the property left to them by a deceased relative.
With two months left of hurricane season, AARP Virgin Islands continues to share resources and tips on storm preparedness. In many ways the islands are still recovering from Hurricanes Irma and Maria, in 2017.
You probably have treasured family photos on your smartphone or laptop. Perhaps you’ve gone paperless with your credit card bills. What would happen to these and other digital assets if you became incapacitated or died?
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