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How You Can Effortlessly Renew Your Dues and Save!

Monday, December 2, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Michele Hines
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PLNA is striving to simplify day-to-day business processes for our members and for the association by utilizing our existing technology platforms. One area that we are accomplishing this is through our dues renewal process. While this is different than we are all used to, we are better able to serve our membership by invoicing dues electronically.

PLNA membership dues are invoiced annually based on the calendar quarter that you joined PLNA. Invoices are sent for quarterly renewals of March 31st, June 30th, September 30th and December 31st. Three emails are sent to the member company at the email address provided. The first is approximately 45 days prior to the renewal date, the second is the last day reminder and the third is approximately 2 weeks after expiration. A dues renewal discount is offered if payment is made online and prior to the deadline provided in the first email notification.

For those of you that have a December 31st renewal date, you should have received an email from PLNA indicating that your payment is due by December 31st to avoid interruption of member benefits. A renewal discount is available if payment is made online by December 15th.

Online renewal is quite simple and allows you to make necessary updates to your company record and staff listing quickly. To help with this new process we have created a Quick Reference Sheet to walk you through step by step.

With change comes opportunity. With your assistance and participation in the online renewal process we will be able to do day-to-day business operations a bit more efficiently allowing for additional focus on strengthening our programs and benefits for you, our members.

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