PAYMENT BY PRE-PAID DEBIT CARD
A number of our national offices have been working in partnership with their local bank to offer a pre-paid card.
A pre-paid card will allow you to:
- pay your ACCA fees swiftly and securely online
- pay in local currency, without the need to raise bank drafts in GBP and incur foreign exchange and bank charges
- manage your fees by budgeting in advance
- You will need to load the pre-paid card with local currency before you can use it. Please note that charges for obtaining the card may apply.
How to apply
For more information and to find out if a pre-paid card is available in your country, please select your country from the related links on the left.
If you cannot find your country's name in the list, don't worry. Pre-paid card schemes are regularly being set up by other National offices. Please revisit this page to find out if a pre-paid card scheme has been set up in your country or contact your local office to find out if they have plans to do so soon.
Payment methods specific to UK members
UK bank account holders can pay the annual subscription by Direct Debit. Payment by direct debit avoids the difficulties that can occur when subscription notifications are mislaid or overlooked. It ensures that payment is made on time and for the correct amount. To pay by this method please complete and return the Direct Debit mandate (in Related Documents below).
- Subscriptions will be collected on or around 1 January each year and similarly in future years
- Mandates in respect of the 2014 fee must be received by ACCA no later than 6 December 2013
- Any other sums owing will not be collected by this method and must be paid separately.
Payment methods specific to members based outside the UK
By sterling bank draft drawn on a UK bank or through Girobank (where available). Membership numbers should be written on the front of bank drafts or British Postal Orders.
In countries where foreign exchange controls are in force, members are recommended to present subscription notifications to their banks well in advance of the due date for payment. Where payment is likely to be delayed by exchange controls, proof of local payment should be forwarded to ACCA.
Payment by mail transfer is not acceptable, except from members resident in Ghana. Members in Ghana are advised to contact ACCA for further advice concerning this payment method.