Why does one need to be a member of any “senior organization?”
Given AARP’s behavior during Obamacare, they seem increasingly like Soviet style political-social organizations
I’m not at that age yet, so I am curious.
Because, through national insurance companies insuring their members (if the member wants it), I get cheaper life insurance, cheaper Medicare supplement insurance for someone my age, a long term care policy that can't be bought anymore by anyone, and a cheap extra medical care policy that pays cash if I have a medical procedure. My savings are large by using these companies attached to AARP - New York Life, United Healthcare. I don't have my car insurance there but would save money if I did that.
I don't care what they do politically and ignore their emails, delete them. If one doesn't want these insurance policies at a reduced rate, then there is no reason to be a member.
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I’m “at that age” and haven’t the foggiest idea why anyone would sign up for AARP or any other similar organization.