NALC members come in several different varieties -- Life & Health Insurance Companies, ailment Companies that support and counsel insurance companies, decease and Financial Service Corporations, such as banks.  This resource goes into greater detail about the membership categories and the cost of belonging to the NALC.

The PDF and Word versions of the applications can be filled out online and saved or printed.  Please mail completed applications with payment for dues to the NALC Home Office.

1. Regular Membership

Regular members include any corporation, association, or society engaged in a life and/or health accident and health insurance business which is in good standing and qualified to do business in any state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia which subscribes to be a member of the NALC. 

If total assets and premium are:

Annual Dues are:

Less than $5 million

$1,800

Over $5 million but not more than $7.25 million

$2,300

Over 7.25 million but not more than 10 million

$2,850

Over 10 million but not more than 20 million

$4,000

Over 20 million but not more than 100 million

$5,700

Over 100 million but not more than 300 million 

$6,200

Over 300 million but not more than 500 million

$7,900

Over 500 million but not more than 750 million

$8,950

Over 750 million but not more than 1 billion

$10,100

Over 1 billion but not more than 5 billion

$12,950

Over 5 billion

$15,650

2. Associate Membership

Associate Members include persons or corporations which by the nature of their work and responsibilities share the common interest of the NALC.

                                                                        Annual Dues: $1,575 per office location.

3. Financial Services Membership

Financial Services Members include any State or Federally Chartered Bank, Non-bank Bank, Finance Company, Thrift, Savings and Loan, Mortgage Bank, Community Bank, Bank or Financial Services Holding Company or Credit Union, or other such financial institution as determined by the NALC Board of Directors, in good standing and qualified to do business in any state or territory of the United States or the District of Columbia which subscribes to be a Member of the NALC.

Financial Service Institutions with Assets:

Annual Dues Are:

Less than $100 million $3,000
Greater than $100 Million but less than $200 million $5,000
Of $200 million or more $7,000