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Political Action Committee
Why does ASPPA have a Political Action Committee (PAC)?
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The ASPPA PAC strengthens ASPPA’s voice. Political contributions – which by law only the ASPPA PAC, and not ASPPA itself, can make – allow us to support lawmakers who support the employer-based retirement savings system. The ASPPA PAC is a way to reinforce our credible and trusting relationships with lawmakers and helps us to make sure our ideas and philosophies are widely heard and understood.
Who can make contributions to the ASPPA PAC?
Contributions to the ASPPA PAC can be made only by ASPPA members, employees of ASPPA, or their family members. Federal law prohibits soliciting contributions from individuals who are not ASPPA members, employees of ASPPA, or their family members. Any contribution received by ASPPA/NAPA PAC by an ineligible contributor will be returned.
How do I contribute to the ASPPA PAC?
to contribute online today
or click here
to obtain a contribution form and simply follow the instructions to make your contribution.
How much should I contribute to the ASPPA PAC?
Please contribute at a level that feels best for you – contributions at all levels are important to the ASPPA PAC.
While we encourage any amount, the recognition categories for contributions and pledges to the ASPPA PAC in 2012 are:
How do I obtain more information about the ASPPA PAC?
for Q & A's on the ASPPA PAC and click here
for ASPPA PAC's Annual Report
Contact Jim Dornan, ASPPA PAC Staff Chair, at 703.516.9300 for more information.
A note from ASPPA’s Political Director:
2012 was a good year for ASPPA PAC. We received $159,116 in contributions from loyal & dedicated ASPPA members who recognized the importance of ASPPA PAC on the recent election—a 35% increase from 2011! With federal tax reform legislation looming on the horizon, 2013 will be a crucial year for ASPPA PAC’s ongoing effort to build and maintain strong, credible relationships with key lawmakers who will have significant influence on our pension and tax laws. This year we expect congressional legislative proposals that could do damage to the very heart of the private retirement system. The push toward deficit reduction and tax reform mean that your government relations team will be working harder than ever to protect retirement savings incentives critical to your success. Please join us by providing support through the ASPPA PAC, and as always I can be reached at anytime for more information on ASPPA initiatives, congressional actions or anything related to ASPPA’s PAC.