RENEWAL OF ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP 2023/24
The annual RMA membership subscription of €25 becomes due on Sept 1st 2023. The TUIRMA is a voluntary association and members are urged to use the Deduction at Source or Standing Order option if possible in order to reduce the burden and costs of administration. Details of all payment options detailed below.
Download the relevant form by clicking on the link below.
Methods of Annual Subscription Payment
Click to Download Membership Renewal Form for members who retired from ETB (VEC) schools or Technological Universities
The preferred method of payment from members who retired from the ETB (VEC) & Technological Universities sectors is:
Deduction at Source. To avail of this method please complete the PSSC Deduction Authorisation Form (Download (here) and send it to the RMA treasurer, Tim O’Meara, Ballynaveen, Emly, Co Tipperary, before the end of Sept 2023.
Click to Download Membership Renewal Form for members who retired from C&C schools or Secondary schools
The preferred method of payment from members who retired from the C&C or Secondary schools sector are by:
(Unfortunately The Dept. of Education & Skills do not provide a deduction at source option to members who retired from the C&C sector.)
- Bank Standing Order. To avail of this method please complete (click here to download) a Bank Standing Order Mandate form and send it to your bank.
If you use online banking then you can setup a standing order online. Click on your bank below to view details on how to do this. If you choose this option please inform Tim O'Meara by email with your name and membership number- firstname.lastname@example.org
Bank Of Ireland AIB Permanent TSB
- Electronic transfer. It is important to include your name and membership number as the reference to appear in TUIRMA account statement.
TUIRMA Bank Account Details
Account Name: TUI Retired Members’ Association
IBAN: IE54IPBS99060180049890 BIC: IPBSIE2D
Bank: Permanent TSB, 12-13 Lower O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
- Cheque made payable to TUIRMA and sent to RMA Treasurer. Tim O’Meara, Ballynaveen, Emly Co Tipperary.
The Retired Members’ Association work closely with the TUI Executive and other organisations, representing retired public servants, to fight for full pension restoration, the retention of the pay/pension link and improved services for members. Together, we have been successful in having most of the public service pension cuts restored.
However, the link between pay and pension is only guaranteed until the end of 2023. Any change to this link will impact negatively on the future value of public service pensions. To effectively defend and promote the interests of members we need as many retired colleagues in our membership as possible.
It is now TUI policy that membership of the RMA is a mandatory requirement to be eligible for nomination as a TUI representative on all outside organisations/committees. Membership of the RMA is, also, required to have access to the TUI endorsed car, home and travel insurance schemes operated through Cornmarket Financial Services Ltd. Cornmarket have introduced an annual travel insurance package, for TUI & RMA members, that provide cover up to 85 years of age. Access to the new TUI Evaluation Fund is only available to paid-up members of the RMA.
Your continuing membership will give a strong voice to our Association to advocate on your behalf. Membership only costs €25 per annum.
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