You can renew your practising certificate online now.
The 2016 renewal process is now underway. Members who hold practising certificates (and/or insolvency licences) valid in the UK or Ireland can renew them online now.
How to renew online For individuals To renew online, simply log into your myACCA account – you will need your ACCA membership number and passcode to access this service. If you do not have your passcode you can request help
For firms Firms’ renewals can also be submitted online. If you are the nominated contact partner/director you can renew by logging into myACCA using your firm’s ACCA reference number and passcode. This will be different from your own passcode. If you do not have your firm’s passcode you can request help
How to pay Submitting online is the easiest and most effective way of providing your renewal and payment information securely, and ensuring you hold a valid certificate from 1 January 2016. You can provide your credit/debit card details when completing your online renewal or you can select the ‘invoice’ option and we will send you an invoice for the fee once your renewal has been fully processed. Please ensure your payment is submitted no later than 31 December 2015.
If you fail to submit your renewal, or pay an invoice raised in respect of a renewal, by 31 December 2015, you will be subject to a late renewal submission penalty fee of £65.00 in addition to the standard renewal fee and may become liable to disciplinary action.
Please don’t leave your renewal until the last minute – you can submit online now.