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Old 07-01-2013, 03:54 PM
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Hi all,

If an existing ASA recieves a CERA designation, does that ASA have to pay a seperate annual member fee to keep the CERA designation? As of now I am paying *rather my employer is paying* for annual dues for my MAAA and ASA. Since my program does not cover the CERA pathway, I would have to pay such fees if they exisits.

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You should contact SOA customer service. Contact information: http://www.soa.org/about/contact-us/...s-details.aspx
I expect that they will tell that your ASA dues are the same amount, whether or not you also have a CERA designation.
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My understanding is that there is not an additional fee for a CERA. Back when it was possible to be a CERA and not have the ASA or FSA credential then I think those CERAs had to pay the ASA fee.

But I agree that contacting the SOA Customer Service is the way to resolve this definitely rather than relying on AO speculation.
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