What Is the Purpose of the AARP?
The purpose of the AARP, or the American Association of Retired Persons, is to lobby congress for the best benefits for senior citizens. Use an AARP membership to get discounts on a variety of services with advice from a registered financial consultant in this free video on the AARP.
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The question today is what is the purpose of The AARP? The AARP stands for The American Association of Retired Persons, and it is one of the largest, most powerful lobbying groups in the country. Basically, their mandate is to lobby congress for the best benefits that are possibly available for senior citizens or those that are over age fifty. Getting an AARP card is a right of passage to Americans, and once they reach age fifty they have the rights to belong to this organization; pay a fee and carry the card. They can then receive senior discounts at public functions, movies, things of that nature. Many people though that are conscious of their age will rather pay the higher price than admit that they're eligible for AARP discounts. The American Association of Retired People is also very much involved in legislation crafting that helps senior Americans as well going forward. This is Patrick Munro, talking about what is the purpose of The American Association of Retired Persons or AARP.