I can see this was covered back in 2010 but i'd be interested to hear views from current aWeb members 4 yrs down the line?
ive signed up and find it really usefulAnd I have given up my sub to Taxation never got round to reading it and could never find things when I wanted them.p
carnmores wrote: And I have given up my sub to Taxation never got round to reading it and could never find things when I wanted them.p
... although I have never felt the need to subscribe to a tax support service, but if you are a sole practioner, I think it would be worth it.
We've used Nichola and her team for several years and I can't speak too highly of them. Responsive, technically strong and normal people rather than tax wonks,.Well, I'm sure they are tax wonks but manage to hide it well. You also get access to an excellent technical website which is full of stuff us smaller practitioners need to know. Definitely one of my better purchasing decisions and like Carnmores I have found myself able to dispense with some of the overly technical subscriptions as a result.
Likewise - yes i will stand up and say i subscribe for her website and support. Just completed my first year on my own and sometimes i get paranoid about what i might miss or advise incorrectly on.
NRM helps me to handle these fears.
Thanks for the input guys.
Is it a case of what you see is what you get re fees or are there further bolt ons along the way?