If you’re like a lot of Americans, you spent a lot this holiday season and you might be in the mood to tackle your debt in the New Year. Getting yourself out of debt is hard work. It takes time and discipline.
It’s New Year’s Resolution time. It’s time to make a commitment to be fraud aware in 2020. For the next 52 weeks, like clockwork, scammers will be on the prowl looking to steal our money or sensitive information. While there is no way to stop these attempts from happening, we can all take steps to make sure we don’t fall victim. Remember the basics: only share sensitive information when needed with people who you know and trust – like your doctor. Don’t click on web links from untrusted emailers, and if someone asks you to make a payment using a gift card, it is a scam.
AARP Virginia Clarifies It Does Not Endorse Candidates, or Make Contributions to Political Campaigns or Candidates
RICHMOND—AARP Virginia State Director Jim Dau released the following statement today in response to House Majority Forward’s citation of AARP in political advertisements supporting Rep. Elaine Luria and Rep. Abigail Spanberger:
Are you an experienced worker looking for a job? Do you know someone 40 plus or with a disability in the Peninsula area who is job seeking? If so, AARP Virginia invites you to attend the 10th Annual Peninsula Agency on Aging Senior Job Fair, Thursday, September 12, 2019, from 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. at the Historic Triangle Messmer Community Services Center, 312 Waller Mill Road, Williamsburg presented by the Peninsula Agency on Aging.
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