CMA Alberta 2013-14 member dues
Deadline: July 1, 2013
CMA Alberta Member Perks
CMA Alberta member perks are offered exclusively to CMA Alberta members and candidates. Members and
candidates have access to discounts and special rates for a variety of services, including exclusive health
care access for you and your family, discounts on personal banking services and a student loan program to
help aspiring CMAs obtain their CMA designation. Read more about these services...
CPA Canada Member Perks
CMA Canada also offers all CMA members and candidates unique savings programs, offers and value-added
services from the brand name companies you recognize and the local business you trust. Learn more...
CPA Canada gives you access to a number of member benefits, including free access to the CICA Handbook, a member affinity program which combines the CMA and CA programs,
e-newsletter and other electronic publications, a career
site and the CICA's Members in Industry Online Resource Centre.
CMA member dues have been invoiced. You can pay your dues online in a few easy steps:
1) Update your member profile;
2) Complete the Ethics declaration;
3) Complete the CPLD declaration
4) Payment method; and
5) Pay your dues.
Even if you choose to remit your payment by cheque or through online banking, you still have the ability to
complete the declarations or apply for a fee reduction online, if applicable. If paying by credit card,
a receipt will be sent to your preferred email address immediately after completing the membership renewal.
Official receipts will be available online within 48 hours.
Pay dues online now
Ethics and CPLD declaration
Although we encourage members to use the online renewal system, you also have the option of submitting
your Ethics and CPLD declaration via email, fax, or mail.
Ethics and CPLD declaration form
Members who are eligible for retirement status or a fee reduction are encouraged to apply online.
Fee reductions for maternity leave, semi-retirement etc. can be applied for on step 4 of the online
dues renewal. Your dues amount will automatically be reduced by the appropriate amount when you check
Members experiencing financial hardship or extenuating circumstances may be eligible for a fee reduction.
Please fill out the manual application for fee reduction which can be found below under the heading Fee
Reductions. Send to email@example.com
with a brief email/letter explaining the reason for applying.
All fee reduction applications must be approved by CMA Alberta. We will contact you if we have
questions about your application or require additional information.
Although we encourage members to use the online renewal system, you also have the option of submitting your
application via email, fax, or mail. Links to the application forms can be found below. Please
ensure that you have read and completed the appropriate fee reduction form carefully in order to avoid delays
caused by missing information. Required documentation must be submitted with your application, where
*Please do not send a manual application form if you have submitted your application using the online
If you have retired or will be retired by July 1, 2013, you can apply for retired status. Please note
that there are two retirement categories; fully retired members are entitled to have 100% of
their CMA member dues waived. Semi-retired members are entitled to a 75% fee
reduction. Please refer to the application form for retirement qualifications.
Retirement application form
Member fee reductions are available for members who qualify for specific waiver categories. These
include: Maternity/Paternity Leave, Non-Resident, and Medically Unable to Work. Please refer to the
application form for waiver qualifications.
Member fee reduction application form
Candidate fee reduction application
Member Sanctions and Fines
Payment of member dues is required within 30 days to continue practicing as a CMA. A $100 late fee
will be charged if payments are late, pursuant to bylaw 6.06. For details on fines regarding CPLD
declarations, please refer to the 2013/2014 Member Sanctions and Fines document below.
2013/2014 Member Sanctions and Fines Policy