Promote transparency—proper accountability and oversight of government spending requires a transparent budget process negotiated by elected off
Five broad principles guide AARP’s evaluation of tax policies.
Pursue multiple strategies—financial security in retirement requires a strong Social Security system, protection of pension promises, effective
Protect people from discrimination—freedom from discrimination is a fundamental right.
The following AARP principles guide the Association’s efforts to promote and sustain individual and population health and improve the health care system by ensuring access to high-quality, affordab
The following principles reflect AARP’s vision for reforming the finance and delivery of long-term services
Policymakers on the federal, state, and local levels have important roles to play in designing livable communities where residents of all ages can participate fully.
Advances in technology have the potential to significantly improve the quality of life of people age 50 and older.
AARP’s policies on personal and legal rights are guided by these six principles: