AARP Membership Dues & Fund-Raising

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AARP membership dues are only $12.50 per year for a member and a spouse, and fund-raising furthers the work of this non-profit organization. Learn about the low membership fees with information from the communications director of the North Carolina AARP in this free video on financial services.

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The due structure is really very simple. It's 12.50 a year and that covers a member and a spouse. So for 12.50, both spouses become members of AARP. And It's just that simple. You renew at the end of every year. So we keep the dues low on purpose so that people will feel like that's a very valuable opportunity to be part of such a large and effective organization. They have gone up incrementally over the years since AARP was founded but they have remained very low and they haven't gone up in the last couple of years. AARP also has a foundation which does fund raise to further the work of the non-profit organization. But the dues are the only required expenditure and then members would have an opportunity to contribute to the foundation to further AARP's work if they so desire but of course that's entirely their choice.


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