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AARP benefits for its members

I just received a mailer from the AARP to join this organization. Should I? Benefits? I would like to save as much as I can in my retirement days, and such schemes sound lucrative. Opinions?

Re: AARP benefits for its members

  • My FIL is a member and uses them for his medicare supplemental insurance. DH, who is older than me, was a member for while but didnt see much benefit to any of their stuff pre retirement
  • Just FYI, the AARP is a lobbying group.  So you might want to see if you agree with their political stances before sending their money. 

     

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  • Irrespective of their political stances, it is important to view the AARP as an association that is working hard to make life better for their senior citizen members. I enjoy their discounts on auto insurance, restaurants, travel deals and others. A lot depends on how you utilize your membership and benefit from it.
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