GEORGIA HIGH COUNTRY BUILDERS ASSOCIATION

 

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP



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  • NAHB MEMBER IDENTIFICATION (ID) CODING INSTRUCTIONS


  • The NAHB Member Identification (ID) Code is made up of eleven blocks which are explained below. It is separate from the six-digit NAHB Membership Number assigned to each member. The ID Code is designed for use by NAHB and its affiliated state and local associations to provide services which respond to the changing needs of our membership. Please note as in the examples below, if the requested data for a particular block is not applicable, enter a dash (-). Also, if you don't know the exact answer for a particular block, please give your best estimate. In order for an associate member to receive the 'Builder Magazine' they must be classified with an occupation code ranging from (A-Z). A "Z" or "other" classification code must also be further defined by writing the member's specific occupation in the space provided. Any associate member not classified as outlined WILL NOT receive a copy of the 'Builder Magazine'.


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  • Builders Member Classification


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  • Associate Member Classification


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  • Subcontractors and Specialty Trade Contractors


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  • I agree to abide the Constitution and By-Laws of the Association of which this application is directed, and the National Association of Home Builder's of the United States with which it is affiliated. A remittance of $472.00, representing my annual membership dues, will be sent immediately to the Georgia High Country Builder's Association ($447 representing dues and a $25.00 voluntary contribution to BPAC)
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PLEASE SEND PAYMENT TO:

Georgia High Country Builder’s Association

P.O. Box 1781

Ellijay, Georgia 30540

 

IMPORTANT TAX NOTICE from HBAG for 2018

Dues payments are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.  However, dues may be deductible as ordinary and necessary business expense, subject to exclusions for lobbying activity.  Contributions to a political action committee (PAC) are not tax deductible.

In 2018, 77% of the $140 HBAG dues are used for lobbying, so $107.80 is not tax deductible for 2018.

(In 2017, 72%  of the $130 HBAG dues were used for lobbying, so $93.60 is not tax deductible for 2018.)

In 2018, 19% of the $198 NAHB dues are used for lobbying, so $37.62 is not tax deductible for 2018.

(In 2017, 19% of the $182 NAHB dues were used for lobbying, so $34.58 is not tax deductible for 2017.)