When you receive your next membership renewal it will be at the full (undiscounted) rate, if you earn less than €220,000 you may be eligible for one of the discounted limited income categories.
More members may qualify for one of the new limited income bands, so in the interests of fairness to all members we are introducing a new requirement that members need to request to go into the relevant income band, based upon the income stated in their most recent tax return (the date of the tax return not to be more than 18 months prior to the date on which the membership period is due to commence).
You must contact our Membership Operations team and request to go into the relevant income band. You will be asked to provide a copy of your most recent tax return.
You also need to commit to achieving 8 or more RiskCredits, one of which must be achieved by attending a Dental Protection event. The maximum subscription reduction (15%) associated with the achievement of 8 or more RiskCredits has already been factored in to the lower rates we will be charging and no further RiskCredit reductions will therefore apply.
The IDA reduction will still apply, however, and members claiming this must confirm that they are IDA members and will be remaining so throughout the membership year. If that position changes you need to tell us immediately and move to the higher (non-IDA) subscription rate and category.