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AARP Bulletin, December 16, 2009
The Truth About E-Waste
On a sunny Saturday last fall, Leon Williams got to work hauling them from the basement of his Baltimore home, yanking them free of entertainment centers, untangling cords. When he’d finished, some of the casualties of modern life—damaged, destroyed or obsolete electronic and computer gear—were piled in front of him. More >>
10 Fun New Year’s Resolutions
As the tinsel comes off trees and holiday decorations are stashed away, many look with grim determination toward the new year and resolve to lead healthier lives. But must those resolutions be so tedious? More >>
Fortune Teller Quiz 2010
Tell us what you think will happen in 2010 by answering this year's Fortune Teller Quiz, written by James S. Toedtman, editor of AARP Bulletin. A prize will be awarded to the winner next year. More >>
A New Year Means a New Chance to Build a Stronger Retirement
New Year’s resolutions don’t always have to be about losing weight or quitting smoking. How about making some that will help you establish your financial freedom in retirement? Financial experts say that now is an excellent time to reassess your retirement savings goals for the new year. More >>
Video Report: Year of the Piggy Bank
AARP Bulletin Today correspondent Kim Keister takes it to the streets to find out if Americans are making resolutions to save more or spend less. More >>
Editors’ Picks: Top Videos of 2009
AARP Bulletin Today multimedia editors pick the top videos of 2009 to be featured on the publication website. More >>
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