Splitting Expenses With Friends and Family Can Cost $51 Billion: PayPal Study - AARP
Sharing expenses between friends and family is bound to cost you more money and take a toll on your relationship. A PayPal (PYPL) study found the average respondent was owed $450 by friends and family, totaling $51 billion.
AARP Programs Similar Videos
‘The Perfect Scam Podcast’: French Psychic Scams the World — AARP
A letter arrives in the mail from a woman claiming to have psychic abilities. She warns you of danger but promises good fortune — if you send her money. This is the setup for one of the longest-running scams in U.S. history.
Part I: Livability Index Relaunch - AARP
The AARP Public Policy Institute Livable Communities team introduces the 2018 Livability Index, explaining its full capabilities and why it’s so relevant, unique, and important. Included is a hands-on tutorial on how to use this interactive tool.
Happy Birthday, Social Security — AARP
Pledge to vote to strengthen and protect Social Security in the midterm elections!
60 Seconds With the Candidates: Wyoming Governor — AARP
The candidates for Wyoming governor join AARP to answer questions about how they would help residents save for retirement, protect affordable phone service, provide quality senior services at home, promote telehealth and maintain essential services.
'Puzzle' Movie Trailer
Kelly Macdonald, 42, seizes the spotlight from everyone in this low-key drama about a neglected Connecticut housewife who discovers she’s got a brilliant gift for putting puzzles together.
'Crazy Rich Asians' Movie Trailer
This contemporary romantic comedy, based on a global bestseller, follows native New Yorker Rachel Chu to Singapore to meet her boyfriend's family.