MTEBC Membership Information - Individual annual (calendar year) dues are $175 for employer members and $300 for associate members, and includes the cost of all meeting meals. Click for pdf form/printable membership-renewal application. This form may be filled out and submitted by email to email@example.com or mailed to the P.O. Box address on the form. Once approved you will receive an electronic invoice. Following receipt of payment your membership will be activated.
WHY JOIN THE MIDDLE TENNESSEE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS COUNCIL?
The Middle Tennessee Employee Benefit Council serves as an educational forum to help you stay abreast of the legislative changes affecting the benefits environment as well as current trends in plan design and communications. Quarterly Council meetings feature speakers who address current issues in pension, savings and welfare plan design and administration. Annual educational seminars often feature panel discussions and break-out sessions with local and regional participants.
In addition, Council membership provides an excellent opportunity to meet your peers and to participate in Council committees as well as educational programs.
Please click the following link for our pdf form/printable membership-renewal application. If you have any questions regarding membership in the Council that are not answered on this page, please contact our Membership Chair by clicking on this link
As an employee benefits professional, you cope with a number of vital issues:
New laws and regulations which change the employee benefits environment
Increasing benefit costs
Employer concerns about whether their investment in employee benefit programs is worthwhile
Benefits communication issues, such as whether employees understand and value their benefits
Membership in the Council is open to anyone who is employed by a business organization in the Middle Tennessee area who is primarily responsible for employee benefits planning, administration, consulting or communications. Members must fall into one of the following categories:
Certified Public Accountants in public practice
Employee benefit plan administrators or employee benefit consultants
Trust officers of trust companies and banks
Membership is limited in that members who represent employer sponsors must comprise at least 25% of the Council's membership. The number of members from any other category cannot comprise more than 25% of the membership. These limits help the Council ensure that different types of employee benefits professional are represented within the Council's membership.
Memberships are on an individual basis. If you change employers, you remain a member of the Council as long as you continue to meet the membership requirements.
BECOMING A COUNCIL MEMBER
If you are interested in joining the Council, you can complete the application or contact our Vice President-Administration and Membership Committee chair at membership. Your completed application, along with your dues payment, should be mailed to the address at the bottom of this page.