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Rates for 2013
|Membership Category||Membership Fees|
|Direct Debit||Non Direct Debit|
|Undergraduate Join alone||n/a||£15|
|Undergraduate Join as part of undergraduate society||n/a||£10|
The Society does not accept payment by cheque. Payment for membership applications and renewals can be made by credit or debit card or Direct Debit.
Many of our Members have found that setting up a Direct Debit mandate for payment in GBP is a simple step that saves money, time and effort, and simplifies the membership renewal process.
With a Direct Debit arrangement, Membership Services will send you an annual notice of payment due and this would be with you at least 10 working days ahead of your bank account being debited - plenty of opportunity for you to raise any queries with us and see them resolved to your satisfaction ahead of payment.
The Physiological Society offers free membership to Ordinary Members who have fully retired from work, and therefore are deriving no income from paid work.
To be eligible for free membership, Members will usually have reached the retirement age of 65 and will have paid membership fees for a minimum of 5 years. A home address is required for correspondence. Ordinary Retired Members are entitled to access all the usual benefits of membership and are also entitled to attend Society meetings free of charge.
When applying for Ordinary Retired Membership, you will be asked to sign a declaration confirming that you are fully retired from work. In order to ensure that this membership type is only given to those who are entitled to them, The Society randomly seeks evidence to validate assertions, and by signing the declaration here, you agree to supply such evidence at any time The Society requests it.
Membership can be deferred for up to one year under special circumstances, e.g. taking a career break, maternity leave or unemployment. Please contact Membership Services for further information
Under section 201 of the Income and Corporation Taxes Act (1998) subscriptions paid to The Physiological Society are allowable as a fee or subscription to professional bodies or learned societies. It may be possible to backdate your tax claim for up to six years. This applies to UK tax payers only. To enquire about a claim please contact your tax office (your employer will give you the address). Further details can be found here
If you are working in a developing country and find the cost of membership prohibitively high, please contact us for assistance.