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TSA Definitin of a Senior

Jun 17, 2009 01:43 PM
by MKR


I received the membership renewal notice from TSA and was intrigued by the
definition of âSeniorâ for reduced dues. One over 80 years is considered a
Senior for a reduced dues of $30.
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I have seen 55, 60, 65 years defined as age of Senior and now for the first
time I see the definition is extending the age to $80. Most of us would be
dead by the time we become seniors according to this definition and will not
be able to take advantage of the reduced membership dues. As a suggestion,
we can move it to 100 years and over 100, dues can be waived and be zero.
This revision would increase the dues revenues for TSA.
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My 0.02.
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MKR
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