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AARP Foundation has filed a brief with the Supreme Court, urging the justices to affirm that the law protects all Americans from discrimination.
Explore recent cases in which AARP Foundation attorneys have filed, or that have been decided by the court.
In the 2019 Supreme Court Preview, we explore several cases that we expect to have a
significant or an acute impact on those who are age 50 or older.
In 2019, AARP Foundation is launching new tools designed to equip low-income older adults with skills and resources to increase financial stabiliy and connection to their communities.
AARP Foundation MySavingsJar helps low-income families and older working adults start the habit of saving monthly so that they can have more control over their expenses and move from financial stress to financial freedom. Learn more
AARP Foundation Property Tax-Aide is a comprehensive solution that enables low-income older adults to age in place by providing access to property tax refund and credit programs.
AARP Foundation Self-Saver is a bookkeeping and tax preparation tool designed to help self-employed older adults withhold and submit quarterly taxes with ease.
Connected Communities is a voice-activated assistant and community management platform that empowers resident services coordinators to help residents be happier, healthier, and more connected. Learn more
Free In-Person Tax Preparation and Assistance Nationwide
IRS-certified volunteers make a difference by helping taxpayers who might otherwise miss out on the tax credits and deductions they’ve earned.
This program offers free tax preparation assistance Feb. 1 through April 15. Now in its 51st year, Tax-Aide has helped more than 68 million low- and moderate-income taxpayers. You don’t have to be an AARP member, and there’s no age requirement to get tax help from IRS-certified volunteers. Check the Tax-Aide Site Locator for locations or call 888-227-7669 toll-free.
We’re tackling social isolation by exploring creative ways to help older adults connect and stay connected — to each other and to their communities
AARP Foundation Experience Corps helps older volunteers maintain a sense of purpose by helping young students become better readers
AARP Foundation attorneys protect the rights of older adults, making sure they have a voice in the nation’s courts.
Work for Yourself@50+ guides older adults through a process to help them decide whether being self-employed is the right choice for them.
AARP Foundation earns a high rating for accountability from a leading charity evaluator.
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