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NMC rolls down new flexible payment option for nurses and midwives

Further easing down the processes for the overburdened healthcare industry of Britain, the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) through a new announcement introduced new rules which will now allow nurses and midwives to pay their annual registration fee in quarterly instalments. The move is said to be made in the wake of the demands raised by nurses and midwives for the need of a  more flexible payment system.

From June 2016, nurses and midwives can now choose to pay their £120 annual registration fee by quarterly direct debit payments of £30. The process will now allow them to make quarterly payments by instalment through the NMC online account, using direct debit. The option remains open for nurses and midwives who are newly signing up to make payments. However, switching to quarterly payments must be done 20 days before the first of the month in which a nurse or midwife’s annual fee is due. At the time, the move was seen as a way to help nurses cope with the NMC fee rise from £100 to £120, which took place in 2015. 
The adjustment to payment options has been under consideration since a 2014 consultation.

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