Mayor de Blasio Rallies Retirement Security For All New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio, Council Member Ben Kallos, Council Member Miller, AARP and advocates rallied today to make New York City first city in the nation to create a universal retirement savings program. Continue Reading →

AARP’s Reggie Nance Talks Harlemites Paying Record Utility Rates And More On The Danny Tisdale Show

Listen to AARP’s Reggie Nance, Associate State Director for Multicultural Outreach, as he talks record utility bills, record drug prices and more with host Danny Tisdale, on The Danny Tisdale Show. Continue Reading →

Update: Harlem AARP Members Head To Albany To Fight Rx Costs And Help Utility Consumers

About 45 AARP members from Harlem will board a bus on June 4th, 6:00-6:30 a.m, 2019, at 2225 Adam Clayton Boulevard (at 132nd Street; Williams Institute) to Albany and urge state lawmakers – before this year’s legislative session ends June 19, 2019 – to pass the bill. Continue Reading →

Consumers From Harlem To Hollywood Are Unlikely To Have Enough Money In Retirement

Talk to just about anyone over 50 about retirement savings and chances are they will quickly change the subject. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Lorraine A. Cortés-Vázquez As Commissioner For The Aging

Mayor Bill de Blasio announced today that Lorraine A. Cortés-Vázquez will serve as Commissioner of the Department for the Aging. Continue Reading →

AARP Launches Public Campaign To Roll Back Drug Costs From Harlem To Hollywood

There is little doubt that drug companies are facing growing pressure to lower prescription drug prices from Harlem To Hollywood. Continue Reading →

Older Americans Increasingly Taking On Student Loan Debt From Harlem To Hollywood

Consumer Affairs reports that across the nation, senior citizens are collectively carrying $86 billion in student loan debt — a figure that rose 161 percent between 2010 and 2017, the Wall Street Journal reported. Continue Reading →

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