All new members to the Association can benefit from our new special offer of 50% off the normal subscription for the first 12 months of paid membership when sending a completed direct debit instruction with their application (Terms and Conditions apply). This represents a saving of up to £95.00 a year based on current 2020 subscription paying by monthly direct debit.
Membership Costs 2020
£175.45 if paid annually by 31 January 2020, or £191.40 if paid afterwards;
£15.95 per month from January 2020 when paid by monthly direct debit.
Retired, part-time, job-share, temporary or supply members:
£87.78 if paid annually by 31 January 2020, or £95.76 if paid afterwards;
£7.98 per month from January when paid by monthly direct debit.
We should like to remind you that your SSTA subscriptions are a tax allowable expense. Two-thirds of the annual subscription payable to the Association is allowable for income tax relief. Section 343, Part 5, Chapter 2 of the Income tax (Earning and Pensions) Act 2003. Further information on how to make a claim can be found on the HMRC website https://www.gov.uk/tax-relief-for-employees/professional-fees-and-subscriptions
New entrants to the profession, including former Associate members, are admitted free for 16 months from the August of the year in which they complete their initial teacher training.
|Month of Joining||Full-Time||Temporary, Part-Time, Job-share, Supply|
|December||£ 15.95||£ 7.98|
Two-thirds of the annual subscription payable to the Association is allowable for income tax relief. Section 343, Part 5, Chapter 2 of the Income tax (earning and Pensions) Act 2003. A Proforma letter “Tax Relief on Subscriptions – Jan 2018” that shows subscription rates for Association membership over the past few years. Further information on how to claim the tax back can be found on the HMRC website. Tax Relief for professional fees and subscriptions.
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