How to Save for Retirement if You're Starting Late — AARP
If only we'd started putting away money for retirement when we were young. But there were so many shoes and handbags to buy back then...so what to do? Best-selling author David Bach has advice for anyone who needs to make up for lost time.
Fraud Watch Network: Scammers Are Targeting Veterans — AARP
Veteran Chad Wright was just trying to support his family when scammers lured him with a benefits buyout offer. He shares details to warn others.
Save Money When Buying a Car — AARP
There are three things to understand when buying a car. Jack Gillis, author of “The Car Book,” offers advice on how to get the best deal on a new car.
Last Minute Memorial Day Vacations That Won't Break the Bank - AARP
Here are a few travel ideas for people who waited until the last minute this Memorial Day. Memorial Day is just the beginning of Florida's oppressive summer weather meaning 3.5-star rooms in Miami can still be had for $72 a night.
How to Negotiate When Buying a New Car — AARP
Jack Gillis, author of “The Car Book,” offers his advice on how to negotiate for the best price when buying a car.
ID Thief on Getting Caught | Fraud Watch Network
"I knew I was going to get caught. That's how I was going to get clean and get out," says identity thief and meth user "Alice."
5 Tips to Keep Your Social Security Check Safe! – AARP
Your monthly benefit is a gold mine for swindlers. You don’t want to get cheated by impostors who are out to steal your benefits. So here are five things to look out for to help you keep your Social Security benefits safe.
Drug Use and ID Theft | Fraud Watch Network
"You don't realize the choices you're making, you have no fear," says crystal meth user "Alice" as she talks about how she stole people's identities.
ID Thief: "It was so easy" | Fraud Watch Network
Identity thief "Alice" describes how easy it was to take over her victim's personal information and access her bank and credit card accounts.
Splitting Expenses With Friends and Family Can Cost $51 Billion: PayPal Study - AARP
Sharing expenses between friends and family is bound to cost you more money and take a toll on your relationship. A PayPal (PYPL) study found the average respondent was owed $450 by friends and family, totaling $51 billion.
Staying Fraud Smart With Audrey Moy - AARP
Former investigator Audrey Moy shares with AARP simple tips and guidance to help others protect themselves against fraud, identity theft and scams.
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