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AARP is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, social welfare organization with a membership of nearly 38 million that helps people turn their goals and dreams into real possibilities, strengthens communities and fights for the issues that matter most to families, such as health care, employment, income security, and protection from financial abuse. Learn more… more
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Medicare officials say they have delayed mailing out the new Medicare identification cards to current beneficiaries because they are stepping up their anti-fraud initiatives. Scammers have already targeted recipients with various ploys about the cards, such as calling beneficiaries and requesting payment for the replacement card. Learn more Related: Top 10 Medicare Mistakes… more
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State pension systems are facing a funding gap of record levels, according to a new study. public-worker pension funds with heavy state-government involvement owed retirees and current workers $4 trillion as of 2016. They had about $2.6 trillion in assets, creating a gap of about one-third, or a record $1.4 trillion. Learn more Related: Many Widows Don’t Get the Social Security Payments They Deserve… more
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Tune in to AARP’s weekly podcast profiling America’s biggest scams. Listen to experts tell compelling stories from fraud victims and their families.… more
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Check out today's short list of tastier superfoods. • Tumeric • Sauerkraut • Beets • Pulses • Full-fat dairy • Sardines • Kale • Avocado Read full article Related: 6 Fun Facts About Melons… more
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The AARP Job Board is designed with you in mind. Match your years of valuable experience with employers who are committed to an multi-generational workforce. You can narrow your search with easy-to-use filters to focus on what matters most-whether it's where you work or how you work - like full-time or part-time. Start your job search here… more
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Researchers are proposing a radical new way of defining Alzheimer's disease, basing it on biological signs, such as brain changes, rather than memory loss and other symptoms of dementia that are used today. The move is aimed at improving research, by using more objective criteria like brain scans to pick patients for studies and enroll them sooner in the course of their illness, when treatments may have more chance to help. Read full article Related: Huge Savings Seen in Early Alzheimer’s Diagnosis… more
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When you get to the airport, there are now several security lines to choose from. We take a look at their similarities and differences. TSA PreCheck PreCheck is relatively inexpensive (and some credit card companies will reimburse you for the charge, including American Express, depending on which type of card you have), so if you travel several times a year and are easily irked by long lines, there isn’t a big downside. CLEAR It’s pricey, but if you fly a lot domestically (if you're big on international travel, consider Global Entry, detailed below) and loathe long lines, it may be worth giving it a try. And combining CLEAR with PreCheck is likely to make your journey through security especially fast. Global Entry Because it includes PreCheck, Global Entry is an obvious option for anyone who takes even just a few international trips within the five years of membership. Getting Global Entry with CLEAR will make the screening process as fast as it can be on both ends of your trip, passing through security before your flight to another country and through customs when you return. Read full article Related: Passenger Alert: New TSA Security Screenings… more
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