AARP Bulletin Enlists Pros for 2024 Guide “Modern Problems and Their Solutions”

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AARP Bulletin Enlists Pros for 2024 Guide “Modern Problems and Their Solutions”

The May edition takes on today’s most common health, money, home, and tech issues.

WASHINGTON—The May edition of AARP Bulletin offers readers professional tips to solve 26 everyday problems. Bulletin editors sought guidance from dozens of top professional field readers’ burning questions. Their tips and solutions cover the gamut of life’s sources of daily annoyances and confusion – from health, to finances, to home and tech-related issues.

In this month’s cover story, learn the answers to the top everyday problems of 2024, including:

  • How do I keep track of food recalls?
  • How do I detect AI-written news?
  • How can I save digital photos for decades to come?
  • How do I uncover the hidden fees when purchasing flight tickets?
  • And much more.

Also in the May issue of AARP Bulletin:

Five Things You Need to Know About Retirement Accounts in 2024: Did you know you can reduce your federal tax bill by contributing more to your savings plan? And did you know an even better tax break is coming in 2027? This month, the Bulletin details these and other changes to retirement accounts that are critical for older workers and retirees.

How to Sell Your Parents’ Home: The process of selling your parents’ home can be challenging – both logistically and emotionally. But it can also be a rewarding endeavor. From understanding market trends to finding the right help, AARP Bulletin offers tips to help achieve success.

I’m An Expert and Still Got Scammed: Scams are becoming more sophisticated and technologically advanced. Our Bulletin writer recounts how she clicked on a link from what she believed to be a trusted source – but was actually a spoofed email address – and accidentally gave a scammer login credentials. Read the full story and get tips from the Fraud Watch experts on how to help beef up your cybersecurity in this month’s issue.


About AARP
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