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ELFA Membership dues are due by December 31, 2021. There is not a penalty for late payment; however, the full amount is due for the membership year. Subsequently all member benefits are suspended until membership dues are paid in full or a payment plan has been established.
The dues for Regular Members are based on the company’s Annual Volume or Total Assets, whichever is greater. The dues for International and Associate Members are based on the total number of employees in the company.
An increase of 2% or the Consumer Price Index, whichever is greater, will be applied to the membership dues on an annual basis.
Membership dues are due by December 31, 2021. If dues are not paid by January 31, 2022, all member benefits will be suspended. Your company's employees will not be able to receive member discounts, online access to the Equipment Leasing & Finance magazine or access the members-only sections of the ELFA website for the lapsed year until dues are paid.
If your membership has lapsed during the previous year, you are required to pay for both the current and previous years' dues. If it has been two years or more since your membership was active, your company must rejoin as a new member.
Payments for membership renewals are deductible for most members of a trade association under §162 of the Internal Revenue Code. However, §162 also states that the portion of dues used by a trade association for state and federal lobbying purposes is not deductible by members as a business expense for federal tax purposes. For 2022, the percentage of an ELFA member's dues that are deductible as a business expense is 77%.
Vice President, Membership Marketing