Board Dues Invoices will be going out soon.
2014 BOARD DUES ARE AS FOLLOWS
Jan.16th through Jan 31st add $25
Feb. 1st through Feb 14th add $50
Feb 15th through Feb 20th add $75 late fee
Feb. 21st through Feb. 25th add $100
late fee plus FED X charges
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Remit dues to DGL, PO
2059, Chiefland, Fl 32644
1. Portions of your dues for lobbying purposes that are NOT deductible
on federal income tax returns are: Florida Realtors computes 26% or $30 of $116 dues amount and National
Association Realtors computes 42%
or $50 of $120 dues
2. Contributions to RPAC are voluntary and will be used for
political purposes and support of state, local and federal candidates and
political parties and in issue initiatives. Making a contribution is not
a condition of membership in the Association and a member may refuse to
contribute without suffering any reprisal. Seventy percent of each
contribution is used by RPAC-Florida and RPIC Florida to support state and
local candidates and state and local issues. Consult your local
Association/Board for the exact percentage going toward each. The balance
is sent to National RPAC and is charged against your contribution limits
prescribed by 2 U.S.C. 441a. Contributions are not deductible for federal
income tax purposes.
3. Payments to the Association/Board of Realtors are NOT deductible as
charitable contributions. Such payments may, however, be deductible as ordinary
and necessary business expenses.
4. Dues include a $3.50 allocation to FAR’s Florida Realtor
magazine and a $6. allocation to NAR’s Realtor magazine.
5. Your 2014
dues include a $35. mandatory assessment by the National Association of
Realtors for all Realtors and Realtors-Associates to fund a nationwide public
awareness campaign that includes TV network and cable ads highlighting the
value a Realtor brings to a transaction and stressing the importance of using a
6. Your 2014
dues also includes a $10. mandatory, non-proratable assessment by the Florida
Association of Realtors for the advocacy fund.
IF YOU WERE A MEMBER OF GAINESVILLE, OCALA, LAKE CITY OR
ANOTHER BOARD WHEN YOU JOINED DGL THEN YOU ARE A SECONDARY MEMBER. YOUR
DUES FOR 2014 ARE $136 AND THE SAME LATE FEE
SCHEDULE ABOVE APPLIES
Mark your calendars! Thursday, November 14, 2013 Ross Casebere with Realist will be at the DLG Board/MLS office to do training. There will be 2 classes.
10:00 a.m. until Noon
2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m.
IF, you would like to attend one of the classes please email Linda Merritt, AE and put your name down for the time that you would like to attend.
No additional hands on training will be offered. Future training will be done by webinar. This is your opportunity to have your questions and concerns answered. This is a great program. It has many helpful features that will make your job easier and faster. Come take advantage of this FREE opportunity.
The Dixie Gilchrist Levy Counties Board of Realtors®, Inc. is a Florida non profit corporation created in 1967 to unite those engaged in the recognized branches of the real estate profession for the purpose of exerting a positive influence upon the profession. In addition, we provide and maintain high standards of conduct in the real estate profession as expressed in the Code of Ethics of the National Association of REALTORS®
A subsidiary organization of Dixie Gilchrist Levy Counties Board of Realtors® is Dixie-Gilchrist-Levy Multiple Listing Service, Inc. This is that vital tool that allows real estate professionals who are members to enter listings, analyze tri-county market conditions, prepare CMAs (Comparative Market Analysis), print property brochures and maintain relationships with buyers and sellers. Listing information of this service is distributed through Florida Realtors®, Realtor.com, and many other MLS organizations, globally and with permission, through Trulia.com, Homes.com, Zillow.com and many more.
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