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Dues Process

Timeline

Oct 15Dues invoices are sent out
Jan 3Dues deadline
Jan 6$100 late fee assessed
Jan 20Broker billed for unpaid dues
Feb 3Membership suspended for non-payment

Breakdown of Dues

GHAR – Local$126
PAR – State$150
NAR – National$150
Consumer Advertising Campaign$35
Total Dues$461
plus voluntary RPAC contributions*$49.50
(recommended)

(If you choose to contribute a different amount or elect not to contribute to RPAC at this time, click on the “Modify” button before clicking “Process” when paying online.)

Three ways to pay

  1. Online
  2. By Mail: PO Box 244, Elizabethtown, PA 17022-0244
  3. By Phone: (717) 364-3200

Questions?

Contact the Association at (717) 364-3200.

*RPAC contributions are not deductible for income tax purposes. Contributions to RPAC are voluntary and are used for political purposes. The amount suggested is merely a guideline and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amount. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal and NAR or any of its state associations or local boards will not favor or disfavor any member because of the amount contributed. Seventy percent (70%) of each contribution is used by your state PAC to support state and local political candidates. Until your state PAC reaches its RPAC goal, thirty percent (30%) is sent to National RPAC to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 52 U.S.C. § 30116; after the state PAC reaches its RPAC goal it may elect to retain your entire contribution for use in supporting state and local candidates.

For 2020, the non-deductible amount for PAR will be 7% or $10.50 for the full year for renewing members. With dues at $150 per member, NAR computse 38% or $57 for the whole year to be non-deductible for the member’s income tax purposes due to NAR lobbying efforts. Please note that not the entire $35 Consumer Advertising Campaign special assessment qualifies as fully deductible. Compliance with the Tax Reform Act of 1993 requires that the option of dues attributable to lobbying and political activities at the state and federal levels of government be considered nondeductible for income tax purposes.