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What types of advocacy does American Seniors engage in on behalf of seniors?
American Seniors advocates for the following 5 Foundations:

We won't support any program or policy that doesn't give America's aging population the ability to make choices that enhance their lives. Every senior has the right to freedom of choice.

How do you differ from AARP?
American Seniors is different primarily in two ways. First, we provide seniors with choice and options that provide the best benefits at the lowest costs. Other so called "retirement" organizations just assign you to the single company that has a sole provider contract - whether it is best for you or not.

Second, we won't play the Washington game when it comes to protecting your benefits. Other so called "retirement" organizations treat seniors as a single group whose support for any political issue can be traded to a political party for their political gain. At American Seniors, we protect the interests of the nation's seniors.

How is American Seniors funded?
Our sources of income include our annual membership fees, income from companies advertising with American Seniors, and donations. American Seniors is a publicly traded company and can be found on the stock exchange under the stock symbol AMSA. This structure provides a level of transparency to our operations that other "retirement" organizations don't offer.

Is a donation or contribution to American Seniors tax deductible?
American Seniors is not a charity, which excludes any donation from being tax deductible. You may want to make a donation to American Seniors Advocates, a 501 (c) (4) that advocates responsible public policy positions that are closely aligned with American Seniors Association. However, donations to American Seniors Advocates are not tax deductible either.

How old do you have to be to join American Seniors?
We believe that issues that impact seniors are everyone's concern; therefore, we do not have an age minimum. Everyone will be a senior at some point. Therefore, anyone can join and obtain our benefits and discounts. Annual membership fees are $15 per year, which also includes your spouse.

How can I join American Seniors?
You can join American Seniors by going to the Join Now section of our website.

If you'd like to pay by check or money order, you can mail your payment to: American Seniors Association, 4555 Mansell Road, Suite 120, Alpharetta, GA 30022. Please make sure to include your name (spouse's name), birthday (spouse's birthday), mailing address, phone number, and email address with your payment.

Do you get a membership card when you join American Seniors?
Yes. You can print your membership card by logging into the Members Area of our website,, using your assigned username and password. Your user name and password are chosen by you when you register for membership and should be emailed to you upon registration.

You are able to change your password once you log into the Members Area by clicking "Change Password." If you forgot your password, click on "Forgot Password" located below the login area, enter your email address, and a link to reset your password will be emailed to you shortly.

All you need to access your benefits is your American Seniors membership ID number, which you receive instantly when you join online.

What is the Members Area on the website?
The "Members Area" allows American Seniors members to update personal information, print membership cards, change passwords, renew their membership, participate in the discussion forums and connect with other members.

What's my username and password to access the Members Area?
After enrolling in American Seniors, a confirmation email including your password is sent to the email that you provided. If you lost your password, you can request one by clicking on "Forgot Password" in the Members Area by entering in your email address. A email will be sent to you shortly to confirm your username and password. You have the option to change your password at any time by logging into the Members Area.

How do I renew my membership?
There are 3 ways you can renew your membership in American Seniors:

Online: You can renew your membership by logging in to your Member Profile in the Members Area of our website. Once you log in, you will be prompted to renew your membership.

Mail: If you'd prefer to renew using a check or money order, please mail your renewal dues ($15 for 1 year) to: American Seniors Association, 4555 Mansell Road, Suite 120, Alpharetta, Georgia 30022. Please include your member ID so we can credit your current account with the renewal. If you do not know your member ID, you can simple write 'renewal'; and we will look up your profile in our system or you can call us at 1-800-951-0017, and we can let you know over the phone.

Phone: You can renew your membership by calling us at 1-800-951-0017, and an American Seniors Member Services Representative can assist you.

Do you have a list of benefits?
To learn more about our benefits, visit our Benefits Page. Next, click on the specific category that interests you to receive more detailed information.

How can I ensure that I receive all web-based communications from American Seniors?
After signing up with American Seniors and opting-in to receive our monthly newsletter, please add to your list of approved email recipients. This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. Make sure that you have JavaScript enabled so that your emails are delivered to your inbox.

Does American Seniors support our troops?
American Seniors strongly believes in supporting our military both here and abroad, as well as the countless veterans whose tireless efforts have served to preserve the freedoms that we enjoy today.

Where do you stand on the Second Amendment (gun control)?
American Seniors believe in upholding all of the constitution, including the Second Amendment.

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