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When AARP Virginia volunteer Shannon Abell recently delivered one of his many fraud alert presentations, this one was far different than most, even if he was not aware until after he finished speaking.
Many of us have used a peer-to-peer (P2P) payment app to split a bill or send money to a friend, and some people even use them for traditional shopping. However, there are inherent risks that exist on these payment apps that everyone should know about.
Have questions about the latest IRS tax changes? Wondering how property taxes are calculated?
These three tips will help you spot a potential travel scam.
One resource is the AARP Fraud Watch Network Helpline.
Romance scams have become one of the top drivers of crypto currency fraud.
Here are three steps towards protecting yourself against identity fraud.
AARP Virginia is asking lawmakers to give people who take care of their loved ones at home at tax break.
WASHINGTON ― The Internal Revenue Service warned taxpayers today to be on the lookout for a new scam mailing that tries to mislead people into believing they are owed a refund.
The Richmond event kicked off a nationwide series of town hall meetings on Social Security.
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