Help us to inform and improve government policy and public debate through high-quality, independent research.
Two forms of membership are currently available:
Available to anyone who sets up a regular monthly donation of at least £5 per month, individual members receive the following benefits:
- An invitation to our annual members' event with presentations from IFS researchers and a drinks reception.
- Advance ticket booking for events that are likely to sell out, such as our Budget briefings.
- Regular e-newsletters outlining our recent work and other key highlights, as well as printed updates, such as InBrief magazine.
- The right to take part in elections for members' representatives on the IFS Council.
Find out more about individual membership and sign up here.
Corporate membership is available at two different levels. Standard corporate membership costs £5,000 (+VAT) per year, and members receive the following benefits:
- Five free places at all charged IFS events, including a delegate place at our prestigious residential conference.
- Reduced member rate attendance for all other staff of the company.
- One free copy of all our printed publications.
- Invitations to private presentations by senior IFS staff around the launch of the Green Budget or our annual Budget analysis.
- Invitations to corporate member round table briefings with high-profile guest speakers.
Gold corporate membership costs £10,000 (+VAT) per year, and includes all of the above plus bespoke additional options, such as:
- Additional free places at all charged events, including the prestigious IFS residential conference.
- A private individual briefing once a year with the IFS Director or Deputy Director at the member’s office with local staff on topics of member’s choice.
- The opportunity for the Director or Deputy Director to participate as a guest speaker at an event organised by the company.
- An invitation to join senior IFS staff and a high-profile speaker at a private dinner following the IFS Annual Lecture. Our most recent speaker was Professor Janet Currie.
Find out more about corporate membership and sign up here.