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Online bookkeeping software

Can anyone recommend a good online bookkeeping system. Should be user friendly and fairly easy for a client to use.

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27th Jan 2011 10:02

There are Few Out there

Check this out

http://blogfusion.co.uk/a-list-of-online-accounting-softwares-cloud-computin/

I am sure there are a lot more out there.

Try a google search.

Ta

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By CWS
27th Jan 2011 10:15

Xero

I use Xero, as do my clients, and we all love it.

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27th Jan 2011 10:16

KashFlow/Absolute

I signed up for KashFlow last year when I set up Absolute Accounting Software and liked it so much that we now have our own branded version Absolute Bookkeeping that integrates with our tax and accounting software.

Tim Good

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By David2e
27th Jan 2011 10:58

Partner Offers

We have a few partner offers that can save you on a solution.  All of these are decent online packages just depending on functionality you require and personal preferences.

E-conomicOrbitAccounts (KashFlow)WinWeb

Hope that helps!

David Toohey
The Accountants Circle

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By occca
27th Jan 2011 11:08

Xero

Another vote here for Xero 

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27th Jan 2011 12:45

What about Brightpearl?

Afternoon

We are Brightpearl partners and use the software in our own business. It is reasonably priced and very intuative to use.

If you would like a no-obligation demonstration of the software, please do let me know.

Kind Regards

Elliott

www.recenseo.co.uk

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27th Jan 2011 12:51

Online bookkeeping

Thank you everybody.  I will look into all of the above.

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27th Jan 2011 13:13

FreeAgent

also look at FreeAgent - I've used that for two years, and never regretted it.  THey can support Sole Traders, Partnerships and Ltd Companies, and the software includes Bank data import with automated reconciliation, VAT return calculation (and automated submission), basic payroll, and corporation tax calculator.

www.freeagentcentral.com

If you're in practice looking to roll this out to a number of clients, there's an accountants version that you can get through IRIS.

http://www.irisopenbooks.co.uk/

 

 

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