I have seen older threads regarding this but nothing new and I'm wondering whether opinions have changed. I'm a sole practitioner working for sole traders and small limited companies. I have felt for a long time that I don't get any value from my professional membership - I pay about £800 a year but I get nothing for it and if I ever want anything online or to take part in a course or webinar it's at an extra cost. I'm about to subscribe to Tolleys at almost £200 a month which I am happy to pay as I can see a massive use from this and the fact I can't even spread my membership fees over the year is just the final straw for me. I know I worked hard for my qualifications but no-one else cares! Is there anyone else in a similar situation? I am 33. Would you keep up your subscription?