Can I request an invoice before paying fees?
An invoice can be requested at any time from ACCA Connect. There is a facility on myACCA for students and affiliates to print off invoices and receipts themselves. This service will be made available to other types of member in the future.
When should I submit my annual subscription to ACCA?
A subscription fee is charged in addition to the initial registration fee in your first year as an ACCA student if you register before 8 May and therefore eligible to sit at both the June and December exam sessions. Thereafter the annual subscription fee is due and payable on or before 1 January each year you wish to remain an active student.
Remember the easiest and most effective way of making a payment is by logging into myACCA and paying by Visa, MasterCard, American Express (AMEX), Maestro and pre-paid card. Alternatively please use one of the other methods listed below.
How can I make payment?
The easiest and most effective way of making a payment is online by credit or debit card by logging on to myACCA.
Payment can be made by:
- Visa, MasterCard, American Express (AMEX) and Maestro
- Pre-paid cards for your country
- Sterling cheque valid in the UK
- Sterling bank drafts drawn on a UK bank
- Crossed British Postal Orders
- Cheques and drafts should be made payable to 'The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants' or 'ACCA'. Please ensure you write your registration/membership number on the front of the cheque or draft. (If you are sending us a cheque or draft for a number of students or members, please include a list of those students' or members' names, their ACCA client numbers and how much money should be allocated to each account.)
- Using other methods of payment such as Sterling cheques drawn by banks outside the UK will mean additional charges. These additional charges will need to be added to the payment.
In countries where foreign exchange controls are in force, you are recommended to present payment notifications to your bank well in advance of the due date for payment. Where payment is likely to be delayed by exchange controls, you should send us proof of local payment.
- To check that a payment has been processed, please visit your myACCA account. Online payments should appear immediately in your account and posted payments after five working days from being received by ACCA. It is important that you tell us if there has been a problem with your payment. Please contact ACCA Connect by phone or email.
- ACCA is a not for profit membership body and we rely on the prompt payment of subscriptions to function as an organisation: to provide you with relevant resources and support to help you pass exams and gain membership; to promote ACCA accountants globally and to carry out important projects like recognition and e-delivery.
- Your name may be removed from the ACCA register if you do not pay your fees on time.
When should I submit my payment to ACCA?
Payments are due 30 days after the date of invoice.