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CIS Compliance Software

CIS Compliance Software

Does anyone have any recommendations for software to support small contractor businesses. It would have to do the usual online verifications, sub contractor statements and online filing of contractor monthly returns.

All feedback would be much appreciated.

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23rd Feb 2016 08:50

Moneysoft

Job done.

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23rd Feb 2016 09:02

Another vote for Moneysoft

I agree 100% with Howard - best software for the job, and cheap as chips!

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23rd Feb 2016 09:12

MONEYSOFT

Sorry to shout.

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23rd Feb 2016 09:42

Smashing
On it lads. Thanks you

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23rd Feb 2016 10:40

Moneysoft

Another vote for Moneysoft

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23rd Feb 2016 11:43

That was easy
2 mins to buy & download it. £180 a year..... Iv been in the dark ages.

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23rd Feb 2016 12:24

Moneysoft

Another vote for moneysoft

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23rd Feb 2016 12:25

Or, just use HMRC's system. If it's only a small contractor only occasionally verifying subcontractors and making a straightforward return each month, HMRC's own software is more than capable.

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23rd Feb 2016 13:13

Phew id be there all day

SteLacca wrote:

Or, just use HMRC's system. If it's only a small contractor only occasionally verifying subcontractors and making a straightforward return each month, HMRC's own software is more than capable.

One has between 10 & 20, another around 5 and bigger one 60 odds but loads of subbies coming and going. I use sage just now and its ideal just too expensive when they stop supporting my old version of the aoftware from 19th Aprik. Iv bought that money soft for £180 for up too 250 subbies a year and unlimuted companies. Actualy going to start using it for payroll too as looks very good and straight forward.

Thanks for the feedback though

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By Glennzy
23rd Feb 2016 12:58

Brightpay has CIS included in main software from 2016/17.

 

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23rd Feb 2016 13:43

Astonishing

Glennzy wrote:

Brightpay has CIS included in main software from 2016/17.

Are you really saying that the much hyped Brightpay does not yet offer the CIS contractor facility?  Moneysoft has been doing it for years.

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By NYB
23rd Feb 2016 14:09

CIS

Euan MacLennan wrote:

Glennzy wrote:

Brightpay has CIS included in main software from 2016/17.

Are you really saying that the much hyped Brightpay does not yet offer the CIS contractor facility?  Moneysoft has been doing it for years.

Brightpay has it as a separate bit of software at the moment.. Free

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By NYB
23rd Feb 2016 13:03

I have 2 CIS's with no more than four subbies. I find HMRC quite acceptable. Can't see point of forking out for additional software. I use Brightpsy so may well use that when it is linked into its main software from April.

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23rd Feb 2016 13:17

I used to do a monthly return at a previous place of work for a single contractor client who had around 60 subcontractors that were used (though not all at the same time), and perhaps 4 - 5 new ones each month for verification. In honesty, once it's set up on HMRC systems it's not too bad.

Having said that, if you've got Moneysoft now, absolutely use that. We've dumped Sage for Moneysoft, and I'm currently migrating payroll clients ready for April (with one already live on Moneysoft as AE staged), and it is, as most people find, excellent, quick, and simple to use.

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23rd Feb 2016 19:11

Snap

SteLacca wrote:

I used to do a monthly return at a previous place of work for a single contractor client who had around 60 subcontractors that were used (though not all at the same time), and perhaps 4 - 5 new ones each month for verification. In honesty, once it's set up on HMRC systems it's not too bad.

Having said that, if you've got Moneysoft now, absolutely use that. We've dumped Sage for Moneysoft, and I'm currently migrating payroll clients ready for April (with one already live on Moneysoft as AE staged), and it is, as most people find, excellent, quick, and simple to use.

Iv just used a csv file to import 46 current subbies from sage and imported it into moneysoft..... Even reverified everyone again in the software (just incase) took me abour 30 mins. Very user friendly.

Iv set up the 3 subcontractors now and set my own payroll up on it ( 2 of us) imported details from sage payroll using csv file again. Just been messing about with the manual setting up our home worker, mileage allowances and salary sacrafice deductions and checking figures match same details processed through sage.

Dont slaughter me but i was £140 + VAT for sage payrol. Plus to upgrade to the new 2016 line 50 to support changes to CIS from 6 April 2016 they wanted £880 + VAT & £10 a month licence fee for 3 contractor companies. They are shocking at ramming the prices up. 40%?two years ago and another 40% just to move to monthly no contract payroll licences

Thank you so much everyone for solid advice re moneysoft

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By JAADAMS
23rd Feb 2016 13:58

HMRC...

echoing SteLacca - use HMRC for CIS and PAYE - why pay? The programme is good enough

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24th Feb 2016 08:32

HMRC

JAADAMS wrote:

echoing SteLacca - use HMRC for CIS and PAYE - why pay? The programme is good enough

 

Can I ask, does it supply decent quality payment certs?  And P32 report integration with payroll that also accommodates contractor deductions suffered?

 

If not, i'd say MS is more than worth paying for.

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23rd Feb 2016 14:04

CIS only

I used HMRC for several years for CIS and had no problems.

But I didn't like the PAYE side and, anyway, it's limited to 9 employees.

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