How a tax break can help your APS membership pay for itself
11 January 2019
Posted by: Adam Harding
Last year saw some great developments for the Association of Professional Sales (APS) and powerful recognition from the government, not least in our apprenticeships. One significant development has been the approval by HMRC of the APS as a recognised expense for professional development.
What does this mean for you?
It means you can offset the cost of your APS membership in line with your current tax rate and gain an equivalent reduction in your membership.
For many of our fellows and advanced managers, this is effectively a 40 percent discount on your membership so you can improve your own skill base.
This is good news in terms of the government underlining that those who develop themselves for the benefit of their customers, their peers and themselves should be recognised and rewarded.
We have the relevant paperwork to help you do this and confirmation from HMRC.
Contact Jennie Harnaman at membership services to take advantage of this opportunity.