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AARP Virginia

Making a difference for all Virginians 50+ and their families
FEB 27, 2024
AARP’s state tax guide on 2023 Virginia tax rates for income, property, retirement and more for retirees and residents over 50.
Virginia: Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and options for voting, such as absentee voting, early voting or voting with a disability.
Virginia residents can schedule new COVID-19 vaccine appointments or walk into a nearby pharmacy to get a shot. Here’s how to find an updated vaccine near you.
AARP is here to help you take on today – and every day. From practical resources, to fun activities and events, AARP is providing opportunities to connect and help build an even stronger Virginia. We hope you’ll join us!
Resources from Jump Start Your Job Search online webinar
Resources from AARP Fact Tracker: Sorting Fact from Fiction Online webinar:
AARP Virginia explores the Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site in Richmond, where Walker, a trail-blazing African American businesswoman and civil rights leader, lived from 1905 until her death in 1934.
Senate Commerce Committee Passes Prescription Drug Affordability Board Bill, Now Moves to Finance Committee
Here are three steps towards protecting yourself against identity fraud.
Senate committee to consider companion bill Monday
Volunteers lobby legislators on caregiving and the cost of prescription drugs.
Getting tickets to must-see concerts is becoming harder than ever. From presale signup to waiting hours online and still missing out on the tickets you want, criminals have a solution – and it’s costing consumers a lot of money in fraudulent ticket purchases. With most concert venues switching to digital tickets only, it is easier than ever to produce counterfeit tickets. And with many of the top shows selling out instantly the market for resale tickets is larger than ever. Here are three tips to avoid buying a worthless ticket.
Winter is upon us and with temperatures plummeting in many areas, keeping the heat on is critical — a fact that fraud criminals try to take advantage of. Each winter, utility scams spike as scammers claiming to be from the utility company say you haven’t been paying your bill and they threaten to cut off service if you don’t make an immediate payment. The goal of these crooks is to create a sense of panic – when we react first with emotion, it’s hard to access logical thinking, and the criminals are adept with using this tactic. Their hope is that we stay in that state of panic long enough to complete a payment.
AARP Virginia and the Local Office on Aging in Roanoke join forces to combat hunger and serve older adults.
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