The cost of professional membership is just £97 a year.

Professional membership gives you and any other staff in your office access to all the resources available to claimants.

In addition, you will receive a licence to reproduce the Benefits and Work guides on paper, on disc or as an email attachment (but not on a website) for any clients that you work with. You can also use the guides for training purposes.

You can pay for your annual subscription either by Paypal or by invoice.


How to pay by invoice

Download the licence agreement from the link below and read it carefully - it's not very long. If you want to go ahead, just register with the site using the link at the top right of this page and fill in the blanks on the form. Then email it back to us.

We'll email you back, usually within one working day, with confirmation that your subscription has begun and attach an invoice for £97.

It's as simple as that.

Download the licence agreement

Please note: if a box appears asking you to Enter Network Password, just click on cancel and the document will open - it's an odd glitch we haven't quite got to the bottom of yet.


How to pay by Paypal or Google

Download a copy of the licence agreement from the link above.

If you are happy with the terms of the agreement, register with the site using the link below. Once you have registered and logged in, click on the New Subscription link that will appear in the User Menu on the left-hand side of the page.

You can pay for a Professional subscription with any debit or credit card using Paypal or Google.
Benefits and Work never has access to your financial details.

As soon as you've paid, you'll be able to log in to the members area and the forums.


How to renew your subscription

Just This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. saying you wish to renew and we'll do the rest, including giving you a 10% discount if you do so within a week of your existing subscription ending.

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