NOTE: Once the dues have been paid, they are non-refundable.
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Current and Active NAMAR Members:
2017 Invoices are now past due. 2017 Dues were due December 30th. Anyone whodid not paid their 2017 dues have been deactivated and a $50 late fee has been added.
If you are not an active member, you must complete the online application. Anyone applying for membership before January 2017, will owe prorated dues for 2016. Please click here to complete online application.
If you were a member in 2016 and did not pay your dues, please complete the dues form and email to email@example.com or Mail a check payable to NAMAR and mail to 2145 Duluth Highway, Suite B, Duluth, GA 30097:
Below is a breakdown of where your 2017 dues are going:
– Local Dues $122.50
– Georgia State Association $98.00
– National Association* $120.00
– National Public Awareness (Mandatory) $35.00
– RPAC Contribution (Recommended) $25.00 * ($100 Recommended for Brokers)
– Late Fee $50
– Total: $450.50
|Dues Not Deductible for Income Tax Purposes
For 2017, with dues at $120 per member, NAR computes 42 percent or $50 to be nondeductible for the member’s income tax purposes due to NAR lobbying efforts. Please note that the entire $35 Consumer Advertising Campaign special assessment qualifies as fully deductible. The portion of dues paid that is spent to lobby the State and Federal governments is not deductible for income tax purposes. GAR has estimated that $13.82 (14.10%) is the nondeductible portion of 2017 GAR dues.* Contributions to RPAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions are voluntary and are used for political purposes. The amounts indicated are merely guidelines and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amounts. The National Association of REALTORS® and its state and local associations will not favor or disadvantage any member because of the amount contributed or a decision not to contribute. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. 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 30% is sent to National RPAC to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 2 U.S.C. 441a; after the state PAC reaches its RPAC goal it may elect to retain your entire contribution for use in supporting state and local candidates.