ICAI - Membership and Certificate of Practice Fee for the year 2009-2010
April, 18th 2009
FOR THE ATTENTION OF MEMBERS
Membership and Certificate of Practice Fee for the year 2009-2010 Annual Membership and Certificate of Practice fee for the year 2009-2010 was payable on 1st April 2009. The schedule of fee is as under:
For Members below age of 65 years For Members above age of 65 years (As on 1st April 2009) Associate Membership Fee 600 Associate Membership Fee 450 Fellow Membership Fee 1800 Fellow Membership Fee 1300 Certificate of Practice Fee 1600 Certificate of Practice Fee 1200
Individual circulars have already been dispatched to members giving details of scales of fee and also the manner of remittance of the fee. The fee can, therefore, be remitted to the concerned Decentralized Office.
It may be noted that remittance of fee has to be made by cheque or demand draft in favour of Secretary, The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India payable at a place where the concerned decentralized office is located.
Members can also pay fee in advance in accordance with the details given in the fee circular sent to members.
In case, members have not received the fee circular and entry on Record they are advised to contact the concerned Decentralized Office. Members are further requested to return the Entry on Record duly verified by them.
Members might be aware that the Chartered Accountants Benevolent Fund has been set up with the object, inter alia, of providing financial assistance to Institutes members and/or their families in distress. Chartered Accountants can become member of the Chartered Accountants Benevolent Fund either by paying ordinary membership fee of Rs.250/-* annually or become life member thereof by paying one time amount of Rs.2500/-**. The fund has been providing financial assistance to the members and/or the families of the deceased member depending on the number of request received and the fund position. In order to provide assistance to more members and in a substantial manner, augmentation of the Chartered Accountants Benevolent Fund is necessary. Towards this direction, members are earnestly requested to contribute their mite while remitting their membership/certificate of practice fee for the year 2009-10. It is hoped that the members of the Institute would respond positively to this noble cause.