Dues Billing Q&A


Q1:  How will I receive my 2022 dues invoice?

A1:  Email billing has been used for 2022 dues. You can also view and pay on your member portal beginning November 2, 2021.

Q2:  Does RRAR have my most current email address?

A2:  Login here to verify and update your member information including email address.

Q3:  What is the deadline for renewing members for 2022?

A3:  December 15, 2021.

Q4:  When will I be assessed a late fee?

A4:  A $35 late fee will be applied on January 17, 2022 for renewing members.

Q5:  How much are the 2022 dues for RRAR, NCR and NAR?

A5:  The total 2022 renewing membership dues are $541 if paid on or before January 17, 2022. $185 will be sent to NAR, $185 will be sent to NCR and $171 will be retained at RRAR to provide services and benefits at the local level.

Q6:  Has the total amount changed?

A6:  No, the 2022 dues are the same as 2021.

Q7:  What happens if I do not pay my 2022 dues?

A7:  BICs will be invoiced a non-member fee of $566.00 for each non-member affiliated with their office on January 17, 2022.

Q8:  Are 2022 dues refundable if I put my license on inactive status later in the year?

A8:  Annual dues for membership are non-refundable.

Q9:  How can I pay my 2022 membership dues?

A9:  Dues can be paid through your Member Portal Here with a Credit or Debit Card easily and securely.

Q10:  Are membership dues tax deductible as a business expense?

A10:  Most of your membership dues can be deducted as a business expense. The portion that is non-deductible related to lobbying expenses at the local, state and national levels for 2022 is $86.00.

RRAR works to make it easy to receive notice of your membership dues by providing timely information at our website www.RRAR.com, direct member emails and publishing information in the bi-weekly RRAR Headlines e-newsletter. Failure to receive notification does not relieve you of the requirement to meet the dues deadlines. If you have any questions, please reach out to our Membership Department at (919) 654-5400.

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