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Officials Payment Request
Welcome to the new way to request payment. Please note that the head of the judges and td sub-committees will be approving the forms submitted for payment. If you have any questions on what to request, please email Jack or Mark.

Pay Options:
Scoring - $100
First Year Judge/TD - $100
Event Judge/TD - $125
Head Judge - $150

Judges Add-on's:
Double Event Days - Add 50% of pay
Over Mogul Quota - Add $25 to pay

Pay Exceptions for TD and Judges:
Cancelled Events on the day of the event - 50% of pay plus full per diem.

Per Diem:
$10 for breakfast
$20 for dinner
*if lunch is not provided, add $10

Name *
Your answer
Type of Event *
Required
Name of Event *
Your answer
Payment for TD
Check if applicable
Payment for Judging
Check if applicable
Payment for Scoring
Check if applicable
Day 1 - Date of Event Worked: *
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YYYY
Day 1 - Rate per Day: *
Please enter the total "Rate per Day."
Your answer
Day 1 - Payment is based on the following: *
Required
Day 2 - Date of Event Worked:
MM
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DD
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YYYY
Day 2 - Rate per Day:
Please enter the total "Rate per Day."
Your answer
Day 2 - Payment is based on the following:
Day 3- Date of Event Worked:
MM
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DD
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YYYY
Day 3 - Rate per Day:
Please enter the total "Rate per Day."
Your answer
Day 3 - Payment is based on the following:
Enter Mileage Information *
"Enter from where to where - total miles" For example, "Boston to Waterville - 128"
Your answer
Reimbursement Due for Mileage *
Enter the number of miles multiplied by .495. For example, using mileage example above, you would enter: "$125.44"
Your answer
Per Diem Paid by *
Check which applies
Required
Per Diem Due
Enter the Total Amount Due using $10 for breakfast; $10 for lunch; $20 for dinner. Only request per diems for meals that the event organizer did not supply on the event days.
Your answer
Mailing Address
Fill it out the FIRST time you request payment - not necessary each time!
Your answer
E-mail Address
Just the first time, too!
Your answer
Phone Number
Just the first time, too!
Your answer
Special Notes to Office
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