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by AARP Knowledge Management, AARP Public Policy Institute, AARP Research, September 2009
Despite the common belief that middle-aged and older Americans are financially secure during this time of economic downturn, the reality is much harsher. This snapshot of AARP’s 2008 economic research provides information resources and highlights a list of concerns, including the following:
For further information contact Kathi Brown of AARP Knowledge Management at 202-434-6296 or Rick Deutsch of AARP’s Public Policy Institute at 202-434-3855. (2 pages)
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