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Latest Documents

2023 Performance Tax Issue Sheet

Congress should not mandate a performance tax on free, local radio stations that would jeopardize local jobs, prevent new artists from breaking into the recording

2023 Dues Categories

(based on revenue modified 2020)

categoryrevenuedues
Category A<$100K$330.00
Category B$100k-199k$532.00
Category C$200k-399k$732.00
Category D$400k-599k$985.00
Category E> $600k$1125.00

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