Membership can be paid by annual or monthly direct debit (save £20 when you pay this way). You can pay in one instalment by invoice or card too.
New members (or lapsed members rejoining after 2 years) also need to pay a one-off, non-refundable admission fee of £55.
How much does membership cost?
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You can read the membership terms and conditions
here. We've put together some membership Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Tax relief on membership fees
Did you know if you pay for your own membership you can claim tax relief? This means you can take home more of your income and pay less tax. Let HMRC know what you have paid and they will deduct your membership fee from your taxable income. Find out more on the Gov.UK website
financial assistance for existing members
If your membership is due to renew, email our membership team (at least ten days before your renewal) to pay your annual fee by monthly direct debit. Membership will cost less than £18 per month.
If you are a CIPR member in financial difficulty, ask us about a membership payment break. We can freeze your payments for three months or more depending on how long you have been a CIPR member.
Changes in circumstances
If you are an existing member who has reduced your working hours or retired, we may be able to help with a reduced membership fee depending on your circumstances.
CIPR members on maternity leave are eligible for up to 12 months' payment holiday from CIPR membership – to ease the financial burden of Statutory Maternity Pay, and up to 12 months discretionary CPD credits – to maintain levels of accreditation.
Contact us to find out more
Email our membership team
to discuss any of the above flexible payment options.
If you have a query please contact the membership team on 00 44 (0)20 7631 6900 or email us.