A Great Way to Save on Vacation Lodging - AARP
AARP's Travel Expert Samantha Brown reveals a little-known website for finding inexpensive travel accommodations.
Jean Chatzky on Social Security
AARP financial ambassador Jean Chatzky suggests waiting to claim Social Security benefits so your monthly check will be higher.
Scam Tracking Map
Fraud is never far away. But you can protect yourself by knowing what to watch out for – and by telling others when you’ve spotted a scam. AARP’s Fraud Watch Network scam-tracking map provides real-time alerts from law enforcement in your state.
Stealing Your Name – Stealing Your Life
Identity thieves reveal inside stories of how they steal, consequences and devastation for victims, and the best ways to protect yourself
Age Discrimination — AARP
It may be illegal, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t happening. Learn the telltale signs that your boss may be targeting you because of your age — and how to deal with unwelcome comments.
Widow’s House Seized Over Late Tax Bill - AARP
Eileen Battisti almost lost her Pennsylvania home over an upaid $6.30 fee.
Frank’s 10 Ways To Protect Yourself From Identity Theft
With someone’s identity stolen every two seconds, identity theft is one of the most pervasive crimes in the world. But it’s also one of the easiest to protect against. Fraud expert Frank Abagnale offers 10 easy steps to help beat identity thieves.
Credit Cards Are Good, Debit Cards Are Bad
Fraud expert Frank Abagnale says the worst financial tool out there is the debit card. debit cards put us at far greater risk than credit cards. If you don’t spot the fraud for more than 60 days, you could be responsible for the total amount on it.
AARP The Magazine’s Special Money & Retirement Issue
Find your path to financial freedom with tips from top financial experts, simple investing how-tos, and ways to protect your money from scammers, all in the new Special Money & Retirement Issue.
Marie’s recipe for success may save her more than $45,000 on health care costs when she retires. Learn how to get your magic number — the amount you may save.
ID Theft Victim After an Attack | Fraud Watch Network
" All my information is out there," says identity theft victim while sharing her frustration with having her Social Security number stolen.
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