CPD / Development

Passing your tax exams is just a part of your learning. Continuing professional development is important because it ensures you continue to be competent in your profession.  If the CPD requirements are not met, there are harsh penalties brought against professionals who choose to ignore these standards and regulations, as set by their respective professional or regulatory body associations. 

You can achieve a certain amount of learning 'on the job', but you need to bolster that with regular formal education and training. It's certainly worth the time investment. Professionals who plan their skills development tend to make faster progress in their careers, in the direction they choose. And keeping your knowledge fresh with Tolley is a great way to combat the constant challenge of staying ahead of tax's changing rules and regulations.

It can be hard to fit that amount of learning into a busy working day. So Tolley's professional development products and services make it easier, with a wide choice of subject matter and delivery routes.


Designed to help tax and accountancy professionals quickly and easily expand their knowledge and keep up-to-date with the latest insights. TolleyCPD is your essential e-learning tool.  Get our leading lecturers' view of what's going on in tax, accountancy and audit with our monthly Seminars Online, on your desktop, laptop or mobile. Need a refresher or keen to expand your knowledge, access our annual 15-minute interactive Tax Tutor tutorials. Or if you want to stay on top of what's going on with VAT, access lectures from VAT experts with VAT Update.

Our online tax law Webinars also let you pose questions to tax barristers and discuss the latest issues with other attendees in the live sessions, as well as watching again how and when you like.

Magazines and Journals

For the ultimate in flexible learning, it's hard to beat our magazines – TaxationTax Journal or Tax Adviser. Browse and learn, in print or online, across everything that's going on. They're the simplest way to make sure you're always right up to date with what matters in your areas of tax.