Information about paying your fees
Here you will find useful information about some of the payment options available to you. This aims to help you choose the method that suits you best.
Paying by pre-paid card?
Several of our national offices work in partnership with their local bank to offer a pre-paid card. This enables you to:
- pay your fees swiftly and securely online;
- pay in the local currency, removing the need to raise bank drafts in GBP and incur foreign exchange and bank charges; and
- manage your fees by budgeting in advance.
Obviously, you’ll need to load the pre-paid card with local currency before using it. There may also be a charge to get the card.
How to apply for a pre-paid card
For more information and to check if a pre-paid card is available where you are, please select your country from the list:
Your country not listed?
Don’t worry if your country isn’t listed. Pre-paid card schemes are being set up by other ACCA national offices all the time. Either check back regularly or contact your local office to see if they have any plans to introduce a scheme soon.
Payment methods specific to UK members
If you’re a UK bank account holder, you can set up a direct debit to pay your annual subscription. Simply complete and return the Direct Debit mandate in the ‘Related documents’ section of this page and your subscription will be collected on or around 1 January each year.
Please pay any other amounts owing separately as the Direct Debit only covers your annual subscription.
Payment methods specific to non-UK members
If you’re a non-UK member, you can pay by sterling bank draft drawn on a UK bank or through Girobank (where available). Please write your membership number on the front of your bank draft or British Postal Order.
In countries where foreign exchange controls are in force, please present your subscription notification to your bank well in advance of the due date for payment. If your payment is likely to be delayed by exchange controls, please forward us proof of local payment.
Unfortunately, we can’t accept payment by mail transfer. The only exception to this is members in Ghana. If this applies to you, please contact us for more details about paying by mail transfer.
Looking for more detailed information?
Visit the 'related links' area of this page. Here you will find full 'how to pay' instructions as well as up-to-date information on our fees and charges.