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Frequently asked questions

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What types of advocacy does ASA engage in on behalf of Americans 50+?

American Seniors advocacy focuses on the following 5 Foundations.

• Rebuilding national values of respect for the nation's seniors
• Reforming Medicare
• Stopping Censorship
• Controlling government spending
• Reforming Social Security

We will not support any program or policy that doesn't give America's 50+ population the ability to make choices that enhance their lives.

Click Here for more details on ASA's Five Foundations.

How do you differ from AARP?

ASA is different primarily in two ways. First, we provide Americans 50+ with choices 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, our core focus will always be to provide our members with the information, products, discounts and benefits that make their lives better, more fulfilled and save you money. Other organizations treat American 50+ as a single group whose support for any political issue can be traded to a political party for their political gain. At ASA, we protect the interests of the nation's 50+ population.

How do you differ from AMAC?

ASA is different primarily in two ways. First, we provide Americans 50+ with choices 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, our core focus will always be to provide our members with the information, products, discounts and benefits that make their lives better, more fulfilled and saves money. Other organizations treat American 50+ as a single group whose support for any political issue can be traded to a political party for political gain. At ASA, we protect the interests of the nation's 50+ population.

Is a donation or contribution to ASA tax deductible?

American Seniors is not a charity under Federal Tax Law, which excludes any donation from being tax deductible.

Do you get a membership card when you join ASA?

Yes. We will mail your membership card and welcome package in just a few days. If you lose your card, you may request a new card via the My Account page on our website. You may add your spouse for free and have a membership card sent, as well via the My Account page.

What is my password for my ASA account?

After enrolling, a confirmation email including your password is sent to the email that you provided. If you lost your password, you could request one by clicking on "Forgot Password" in the "Member's Area" by entering in your email address. An email will be sent to you shortly to confirm your password. You have the option to change your password at any time by logging into the Members Area or “Log In” area of the homepage.

How do I renew my membership?

Your membership will automatically renew each year. You will receive a notification by email that your membership is about the renew. You can cancel at any time. We do not make this hard! If there is an issue you can reach us by email info@americanseniors.org or by calling 1-800-951-0017.

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