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Quick Question – Credit Card Fees

ARSA’s management team is preparing the association’s 2020 budget. As it does every year, the team is exploring every way to limit expenditures and is considering the $20,000 that must be set aside annually to cover credit card transaction fees.

ARSA cannot – and would not – pass this purely administrative cost on to any member, its only means of eliminating this cost would be to cease accepting credit card payments. The association cannot – and would not – take this step if it would massively disrupt or inconvenience the members on which it depends.

Help the team consider this cost by answering this month’s “quick question”:

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