The AARP Minute: January 19, 2020
In today’s “AARP Minute,” more than half of people in their 50s think they’ll be able to reach their retirement goals, and Sir Patrick Stewart talks about returning to his role as Jean-Luc Picard.
How Much Money Do You Need to Retire?
For people approaching retirement, the money required might be a source of panic. But a true retirement number is different for everyone.
60 Seconds With the Candidates: Kentucky Governor — AARP
The candidates for Kentucky governor join AARP to tell us how they will support caregivers, lower prescription drug prices, and protect people’s retirement plans through tax policies for older Kentuckians.
How Did You Factor Social Security Into Your Retirement Plan?
AARP met up with concertgoers at Minnesota’s Twin Cities Jazz Festival in Mears Park, St. Paul, to ask what Social Security means for their retirement.
If You Were to Take Social Security Early, Why Would You Do It?
AARP met up with concertgoers at Minnesota’s Twin Cities Jazz Festival in Mears Park, St. Paul, to ask about the timing of taking benefits.
When to Consider Redoing Your Estate Plan
Any major life change should get you thinking about how best to protect your assets and family. We look at five big changes that shouldn’t be ignored.
6 Must-Haves For Your Estate Plan
From a will to a letter of intent, here are six items you should consider including in your estate plan.
These People Collected Social Security at 62; How Do They Feel About It Now?
Many people start claiming Social Security benefits before they reach full retirement age, limiting their monthly earnings. When to claim is a personal decision. When will you start collecting Social Security?
These People Collected Social Security at 67+; How Do They Feel About it Now?
Waiting until after you reach full retirement age to collect Social Security benefits actually boost your monthly earnings. That's exactly what these people decided to do. Find out what informed their decisions.
Work and Save: A Winning Solution for Americans — AARP
Innovative programs like Work and Save tackle the retirement crisis by helping small businesses provide a savings option, so employees can take control of their future.
Suze Orman Gets Personal
Suze Orman opens up the vault to talk about her defining moments, her relationship with her mother and her personal estate plan.
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