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SEP 22, 2021
By Guila Muir
SEP 22, 2021
Paper documents are a common source of identity theft. Protect yourself by shredding sensitive documents at our free, contactless shredding event. We'll also accept old TVs, CPUs, monitors, laptops and cellphones for safe disposal. A small recycle fee may apply to some electronic items such as printers and VCRs.
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Life Care Center of Kirkland Residents Receive COVID-19 Vaccinations
A guide to when, where and whether to get a COVID-19 vaccine
Standing out in today’s job market can be tough. Learn how to stay competitive and put your best foot forward with tips from our Online Career Expo.
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By Cathy MacCaul, AARP Washington Advocacy Director
Medicare changes every year, which means it can get a little complicated when trying to understand what’s new for you. Join us for a free webinar where we’ll discuss the key takeaways from this year’s Medicare changes and what they may mean for your benefits.
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The numbers are in, and they’re headed in the wrong direction.  According to new statistics from the Federal Trade Commission, Washington consumers lost nearly $69 million to fraud in 2020, more than double the amount lost in 2019. 
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The WA Cares Fund is a long-term care insurance benefit designed to help residents stay in their homes as they age. Workers pay in and later can tap the fund for services like home-care aides.
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September is National Preparedness Month. With wildfires burning throughout Washington this is a great opportunity to review your preparedness plans. Wildfires can change quickly prompting neighborhood evacuations. It’s important that you are prepared when evacuation orders are in place. This means make a plan, prepare your pets, and create a personal support network. Being aware of scammers following a disaster also protects you financially. 
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As the world begins to re-open and COVID-19 vaccines are readily available, the job market is showing signs of recovering from last year’s economic shutdown. To make sure you appear as a top candidate on the jobs you’re interested in, here are a few tips to improve the look of your resume.
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