I have been researching tax resources for when I start my practice work and have explored tolleys guidance+ library /ross martin/ bloomsbury. I will be doing mainly compliance work for limited companies with some general tax planning and advice for owner-managed businesses. I recently had a demo with croner-i for the sole practitioner essentials package and it was by far the best and user-friendlly. I feel quite rusty on accounting/tax as I qualified as a CA a while back and since worked in corporate settings and would feel more confident especially starting out to have some solid resources. Nothing particularly niche or complex. However, the cost of croner-i is eye wateringly expensive and you are committed for 36 months minimum. Does anyone have experience with it to be able to give a view on whether it is worth it (especially for a micro practice)?
20th Oct 2021
is croner-i worth it for a small practice starting out?
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