Member Renewal and Fees

Annual Member Fees for 2017/2018 will be available for payment on April 1. Members will receive a communication from the Institute once available online.

There are two steps to member renewal process:

  1. Members are required to go online to review their contact information, respond to specific questions and confirm their member fee category, and
  2. Pay their fees as a member pursuant to Administrative Bylaw 130.1.
Member renewal and fees payments are completed online through the member’s page at https://member.cpask.ca in the "Pay My Fees" section.

The member’s page is a secure site where members update contact information, declare CPD activities and pay annual member fees.

A notice of the 2017-2018 member renewal and annual fees payment was sent to all members on April 1st, 2017. If you did not receive a copy of this notice, please contact the Institute via email at info@cpask.ca or call (306) 359-0272. Please allow 2-3 business days for us to respond. Please do not make multiple inquiries, as it has a negative impact on our overall response time.

If you are claiming an exemption for all or a portion of your annual member fees, please ensure you are aware of the new definitions by reviewing the Frequently Asked Questions or the Rules pertaining to fees.

CPA Saskatchewan staff cannot accept payments by credit card over the phone. Invoices and receipts are available online through the member’s page. CPA Saskatchewan does not provide copies of invoices or receipts.

If you require more information including the rules for member categories and non-practice exemptions for annual fees and the Institute’s credit card policy, may be found online in the following documents:

If you have any further questions regarding your fees, please contact us via email at info@cpask.ca or call (306) 359-0272.

Highlights

CPA Saskatchewan registrants are subject to regulation, which includes The Accounting Profession Act, Regulatory & Administrative Bylaws, Rules of Professional Conduct, Regulatory & Administrative Board rules and processes established for CPA Saskatchewan.

With the proclamation of The Accounting Profession Act on November 10, 2014, all Saskatchewan’s accountants are now united under a single designation banner – CPA.