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It has been said that a budget is a set of priorities put in numbers. Show me your budget, and I’ll see what you value. For over 65 years, AARP has advocated in a non-partisan way for Americans 50 and older to have what they need to live their best life at any age, choosing where they want to live, and never being discriminated against because of their age, gender or financial status.
Living Unequally: Disrupting Health Disparities in the District
Find upcoming election dates, registration deadlines and voting options in Washington, D.C., such as voting by mail, early voting or voting with a disability.
District’s Family Caregivers Need Support
Find free online and in-person local events designed with you in mind. Discover fun exercise classes, healthy cooking demos, helpful workshops, and more.
AARP Foundation Tax-Aide provides in-person and virtual tax assistance to anyone, free of charge, with a focus on taxpayers who are over 50 and have low to moderate income.
The District’s June 4th primary election is right around the corner! This election will determine who is on the ballot in November for one At-Large Councilmember seat; Councilmembers for Wards 2, 4, 7 and 8; among other offices.
Americans over the age of 50 are our nation’s most powerful voters – and you will be the deciders in the 2024 elections. The District of Columbia’s June 4 primary election will determine which candidates appear on November’s general election ballot for members of the D.C. Council, including an At-Large seat and seats in Wards 2, 4, 7, and 8, the D.C. delegate to Congress and other District-wide offices.
AARP DC is working to ensure voters are prepared to vote and informed of where the candidates stand on issues of importance.
For most of us, Social Security is – or will be -- essential for helping to cover daily living expenses and pay bills as we get older. The bottom line is that Social Security is your money, earned through a lifetime of hard work. Yet there are persistent misconceptions about its long-term financial stability and how it works. Here are facts behind four of the most stubborn Social Security myths.
It has been said that a budget is a set of priorities put in numbers. Show me your budget, and I’ll see what you value. For over 65 years, AARP has advocated in a non-partisan way for Americans 50 and older to have what they need to live their best life at any age, choosing where they want to live, and never being discriminated against because of their age, gender or financial status.
It has been said that a budget is a set of priorities put in numbers. Show me your budget, and I’ll see what you value. For over 65 years, AARP has advocated in a non-partisan way for Americans 50 and older to have what they need to live their best life at any age, choosing where they want to live, and never being discriminated against because of their age, gender or financial status.
The past two years have seen an explosion of crypto currency scams which has led many people to ask the same question - how? After all, crypto currency is something most people don’t understand, and those who do follow it know that it is very volatile, completely unregulated, and has no protection for investors. So, given all of that, how are people losing billions a year to crypto scams? If we had to pick someone to blame (besides the criminals), it might be Cupid.
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