Renew your membership for 2018
Your membership renewal payment was due for payment by 31 December 2017.
You can still renew your membership, however a late fee may apply to payments received after the due date.
Renew online for fast and simple membership renewal or download your 2018 membership renewal notice for alternative payment methods.
Online payments are currently available in Australian dollars, Hong Kong dollars, New Zealand dollars, Great British Pound, Malaysian Ringgit and Singapore dollars. For details on local currency payment options refer to fees.
Renewal notices are sent via email or mail. Payment reminders may also be sent via SMS.
Have your working circumstances changed?
If you are no longer working, transitioning into retirement or facing other circumstances affecting your ability to renew your membership, you may be eligible for a reduced membership renewal fee.
Retired, or transitioning to retirement
CPA Australia offers a retired status for members who are no longer working or are in transition to retirement.
To be eligible, you must:
- have reached the age of 55 years
- no longer be engaged in full time, gainful employment or business (other than minor part-time activities not exceeding 15 hours per week)
- no longer hold a specialist certificate.
Retired members maintain all the benefits of membership at a considerably discounted fee and enjoy a range of discounts on events, products, and activities throughout the year.
There is no requirement to maintain CPD hours, unless you are providing any public accounting services, including pro bono work.
If you are nearing retirement, find out how your CPA Australia membership can support you.
To apply for a transfer to the retired members list or a reduction in your membership renewal fee, complete the online form.
Reduction in fees due to changed employment status
A temporary reduction in your CPA or FCPA membership fee may be considered by CPA Australia if you have recently experienced a significant change in employment status that is affecting your ability to maintain your membership. You will need to provide sufficient detail regarding the reasons for your application to help us assess your eligibility.
Membership fee reductions are granted on an annual basis at the discretion of CPA Australia and expire at the end of the membership year. Applications for a reduction should be made prior to payment of your annual membership fee.
Fee reduction applications for the 2018 membership year can be submitted from late October 2017.
A current year membership fee reduction as part of a readmission application will only be considered in mitigating circumstances.
The application for a fee reduction must include, where applicable, information about:
- dates of period/s you have been away from the workforce, including the reason
- details of any employment during the past 12 months, including number of hours (can be an average) and type of work (part-time, casual, contract, etc.)
- any other information or supporting documentation that would assist CPA Australia in reaching a decision, for example, a medical certificate.
CPA Australia aims to provide a fair and informed assessment on all applications. As part of the assessment we may ask you to provide additional information and/or supporting documents regarding your claim.
Members on a reduced membership fee retain all the privileges of membership and, if selected for a CPD audit can apply for a reduction in their CPD requirement.
To apply for a reduction in your membership renewal fee, complete the online form.
Special CPD offer
Members on reduced fees are also eligible for discounts on a range of events, products and activities for that membership year. Additionally, there are many ways members can maintain their CPD hours at little or no cost.