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Installment Payments FAQs


The NLA Now Offers Installment Payments for 2019!


You asked and we listened! The NLA is excited to announce the option to pay dues in installments for 2019! In addition, we have now added the option to auto-renew your membership each year. Joining, renewing, and paying has never been easier. 


Got Questions?


Can I pay in 12 equal monthly payments?

No. All dues must be paid in full by March 31. New and current members have the opportunity to pay a maximum of 6 monthly payments starting in October. If a member chooses to join or renew in November, they can pay in 5 monthly payments, and so on. After you complete your first payment, the rest of your installment payments will be charged on the same date as the first payment each month until the balance has been paid in full.


Can I pay in installments using checks?

Unfortunately, no. All installment payments must be paid via credit card. Only full dues payments will be accepted via check.


What if I join or renew after March 31?

All dues must be paid in full after March 31.


Can I still join or renew and pay the full amount in one payment?

Yes, all members who join or renew will be given the option to pay in full or set up installment payments.


I’m a new member, when will I be able to access my benefits?

As a new member, you will be able to access all of your benefits after a mandatory 30-day pending period which begins as soon as you join with payment (full or partial) as required by the NLA bylaws. This 30-day pending period is required of all new members regardless of billing frequency.


Will I appear in the NLA Member Directory?

All members in good standing as of June 30 will appear in the print version of the Directory for that year.


Can I choose to auto-renew?

Yes, this option is only available to members who choose to pay via credit card and pay the full amount in one payment. If you would like to be set up for auto-renewals, please contact or (800) 652-7007.



Need further assistance? Contact the NLA at or (800) 652-7007.

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