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A voluntarily retired license is intended for those persons who have no intention of practicing in Minnesota any longer. There is no fee required and there is no requirement for continuing education. However, making this choice must be considered carefully, since, if the Doctor of Chiropractic changes their mind, there may be significant cost and continuing education requirements for reinstatement. A few examples include:
A review of the MN Rule 2500.2100 and the reinstatement provisions in MN Rule 2500.2110 is essential to considering this choice. See also the CBC tab for more information.
|Before December 31 (if current on renewed)||January 1 to February 28 (if not renewed)*|
|Submit Application for Voluntarily Retired status 2 weeks prior to December 31. (30-days preferred) A late renewal fee has been avoided. If you later reinstate, interim renewal fees and CE will be due, but NO late penalties.||Your license is now expired and late renewal penalties have been incurred. You may still submit the voluntarily retired application; but if you later reinstate, interim renewal fees, late fees, and CE will be assessed.|
2500.2100 Voluntarily Retired License
2500.2110 Reinstatement of Voluntarily Retired License
2500.1110 License Termination Procedure (note option to voluntarily retire)