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Steverz Fri Oct 15, 2010 04:13pm

Association Dues
 
This year (October 2010), we had to pay $85 dues in order to belong to our Basketball Association, pay for books and insurance. I am located in small town Virginia.

What are the rest of you paying this year for Association dues? I think ours are way too high, but, I won't know until scores of you reply to this post. Please reply with amount of dues you pay and what state you officiate in. Thanks.:confused:

tjones1 Fri Oct 15, 2010 04:21pm

To be licensed in our state (Illinois), it's $45 for the first sport and $15 for each additional sport.

As far as association, I pay $15 and $20 for two different associations.

BillyMac Fri Oct 15, 2010 05:44pm

The Check's In The Mail ...
 
In our little corner of Connecticut our annual dues are $115.00. In addition to that we also pay 7% of our season's gross earnings.

CaRef5 Fri Oct 15, 2010 06:05pm

il play along!

Here in CA its $75 for my HS assoc, and $115 for JC/NAIA dues

Terrance "TJ" Fri Oct 15, 2010 06:17pm

In CO, the state wide dues are $75 or $95 if late. They will go up to $85/$105 (late) next year. We have association dues as well, I can't remember what they are at the moment though.

KJUmp Fri Oct 15, 2010 06:25pm

$45.
Assignor fee is a sliding scale based on number of games assigned.

grunewar Fri Oct 15, 2010 07:42pm

In my part of VA.....
 
$40 annual association dues ($25 if you do more than one sport).... plus Assignor fees.

bob jenkins Fri Oct 15, 2010 08:41pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by Steverz (Post 696592)
This year (October 2010), we had to pay $85 dues in order to belong to our Basketball Association, pay for books and insurance. I am located in small town Virginia.

What are the rest of you paying this year for Association dues? I think ours are way too high, but, I won't know until scores of you reply to this post. Please reply with amount of dues you pay and what state you officiate in. Thanks.:confused:

Don't like it? Start your own association and charge less.

Kingsman1288 Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:56pm

Here in sunny San Diego its...

$90 for association dues ($110 if late)

$70 for assignor fees ($90 if late)

I don't think our dues are particularly high, but it's all relative to the area you live in I guess.

Welpe Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:13am

Here dues are: $115. $50 to the state, $65 to the chapter. We also pay a flat $80 assigning fee which rather severely punishes sub varsity officials or those who can't work as much IMO.

Rufus Sat Oct 16, 2010 07:56pm

In our GA association it's $90. First year folks pay at the beginning of the season while vets have that amount taken out of their year-end check for the next year.

BktBallRef Sat Oct 16, 2010 08:22pm

NCHSAA dues - $30 + $21 insurance

Local dues - $10

Assignor fees - $65

26 Year Gap Sun Oct 17, 2010 10:51am

To register with state: $34
Primary Assn: $50
Secondary Assn: $35
Level 2 Screening: $20 [pro-rated as the screening card is good for 5 yrs]

My previous assn which includes national IAABO dues: $75

You can cover that $85 in less than a week's worth of games. I get a lot of good training for my dues. I get good assignments and get to work with a lot of great officials who have helped me along. I get MORE than my money's worth.

IowaMike Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:46am

Iowa has two state associations, one for boys and one for girls. I pay $45 for the first sport and $12 for each additional sport for the boys, and $35 plus $10 for each additional sport for the girls. I do boys and girls basketball and boys baseball, so I pay $92 each year.

I belong to a local association but it really isn't required in Iowa, those dues are $15. I don't receive any games from the local association and after about 10 years am considering dropping out of it at this point. Pretty pointless. I don't pay anyone to assign me games; around here the assigners generally negotiate a fee for their services with the conferences they assign. I get many games myself directly from school AD's, particularly in baseball.

JRutledge Sun Oct 17, 2010 01:05pm

Quote:

Originally Posted by tjones1 (Post 696594)
To be licensed in our state (Illinois), it's $45 for the first sport and $15 for each additional sport.

As far as association, I pay $15 and $20 for two different associations.

I belong to three basketball associations. The main one where I am a board member I only pay $35 dollars for being a multiple sport official in that association. I pay $40 for one and I believe $45 for the other.

Peace


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