Saturday, March 3, 2012

SAG/AFTRA Members: Will your dues go up or down? Now you can tell ...

There's been a lot of discussion about how dues will change if SAG and AFTRA  merge, but no one's made it easy for you to know exactly what will happen to your own. For a detailed breakdown -- and a graph that encompasses earnings from $0 to $250K, see The Hollywood Reporter. Whether you're SAG-only or a dual cardholder (or if you're AFTRA-only or even a broadcaster), the graph will show you exactly what will happen to your dues if merger passes.


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1 comment:

  1. Union have always needed dues to survive and that hasn't changed. The members have to be open to supporting the cause because situations like strikes cannot be avoided and that is where part of their dues go.

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