Personal finance expert Suze Orman shares some of her best planning advice for people seeking financial security and highlights her new rules of retirement in the August/September issue of AARP The Magazine.
The AARP Purpose Prize celebrates people 50 and older who are doing outstanding work for social good. On this week’s An AARP Take on Today podcast, Bob Edwards talks with Purpose Prize winner, Reid Cox, founder of iFoster, an organization that helps those involved in. that helps those involved in the child welfare system — kids, their foster hosts, agencies and businesses — build a community of support for one another.
The AARP Purpose Prize celebrates people 50 and older who are doing outstanding work for social good. On this week’s An AARP Take on Today podcast, Bob Edwards talks with Purpose Prize winner, Celeste Mergens, founder of Days for Girls, which helps girls with health solutions and microenterprises worldwide.
VJ Sleight, a two-time cancer survivor, and Peter More, author of “Broke From Cancer” from the AARP The Magazine, discuss the financial cost of a cancer diagnosis and tips on how to protect yourself and your loved ones.
Frank Abagnale, one of the world's most respected fraud experts and an AARP Fraud Watch Network Ambassador, joins Bob Edwards for a discussion on how scammers operate, tips for listeners to protect themselves and Frank’s work on The Perfect Scam podcast.
John Hishta, AARP Senior Vice President of Campaigns, joins Host Bob Edwards to discuss nationwide voter mobilization efforts in the 2018 midterm elections and how 50 plus voters may be a deciding factor in the election outcome.
Host Bob Edwards and Sarah Lock, AARP Senior Vice President for Policy, discuss ways to improve brain health and AARP’s major investment in the Dementia Discovery Fund to continue its efforts to help people living with dementia and caregivers.