We reminded you earlier this year the income statements were due and needed to be submitted on time so your child will be charged the correct amount for dues. If they reach the $25,000 a year threshold, they qualify for union healthcare. At $40,000 a year, they can get the better quality plan. One member asked what happens if you don’t get the statement in on time. For more information, read our PARF message board.
As it turns out these forms are not needed for healthcare vesting, but for dues, and SAG records that information elsewhere. This process is a holdover from AFTRA.