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West Virginia residents opine about financial security, retirement savings options offered by their employer, and caregiving.
Reports illustrate economic impact and contribution of residents ages 50+ in select MSA's in select states.
Some Californians are living the dream while many are struggling financially.
Adults’ engagement in cognitive activities is explored in this study along with the relationship to brain health and mental well-being.
Retirement attitudes survey to support AARP-Ad Council joint campaign - Saving for Retirement.
Majority of registered voters in Rhode Island 45-plus support a proposal helping working family caregivers continue to work.
The percentage of 50+ workers who are not confident they will have enough money to pay for long-term care if needed during retirement.
Approximately half of all Baby Boomers (46%) have a travel-related bucket list.
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