2024 Membership Dues Packets Sent

February 2, 2024

On February 2, membership dues packets were emailed to the primary contact at each member company that pays its own dues. The email contains the 2024 dues reporting form and instructions, which may also be downloaded below. The 2024 dues rates for construction and service hours remain unchanged at $.09 per labor hour. The minimum dues assessment is based upon 12,000 hours ($1,080) per branch office, and the maximum assessment is 300,000 hours ($27,000) per branch office. The next dues increase will be January 1, 2025. At that time, dues will increase to $.10 per labor hour.

This years dues materials can also be downloaded here:

If you have any dues-related questions, please contact Jocelyn Jackson at jjackson@mcaa.org or 1-800-556-3653. 

Dues should be submitted monthly by the 15th of the following month until you reach the maximum of $27,000 in 2024.

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