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On this Memorial Day Weekend, there's word of more assistance and added services being proposed for veterans in Michigan.
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Everyone over 50 has heard of AARP . You probably remember the day that big red envelope arrived in your mailbox, welcoming you to your second half of life and the national organization that provides resources to those over 50.
But today's State Senate passage of a key legislative measure means critical help is on the way through the establishment of the state's first Health Insurance Marketplace.
Maple Suites will host a free event conducted by AARP called “You've Earned A Say” on Thursday, May 30, at 10:30 a.m. at Maple Suites, 30 Holiday Drive in Dover.
North Dakota seniors are learning more about the new laws that will affect them.
The time and effort you spend building a strong social network might save you money on health care in retirement.
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Hidden fees can slowly eat into your 401 returns, potentially robbing you of thousands of dollars in retirement savings.