Member Since: 1st Aug 2016
20th Aug 2019
Nor would I, what I was trying to say is that if I had just looked at them and thought, ok I will do the same, they would have been incorrect.
There is far more disclosure required compared to a runofthemill company for CIC's then what a small limited company has to comply with.
20th Aug 2019
Completely disagree with you, they are not the same as limited company accounts and please don't give AccountingWeb readers that impression as then we get even more inexperienced accountants thinking they can do if it's not different as a result and the client becomes the ultimate loser there
20th Aug 2019
Also agree on this, we did a set recently and it was only after speaking with our professional body were we really able to prepare a set that complied with the CIC regulations, had I followed any CIC example off Companies House, it would have not been detailed enough.
8th Aug 2019
I am so disappointed by this delay, we also asked to be part of Beta so I could see if this could replace my current practice mgt system as really do resent having to pay for two.... I do feel Taxfiler has gone downhill in the last couple of months, which is such a shame, having been such a huge Taxfiler fan for years.
2nd May 2019
More then worth it, I had a demo of the practice management software that is going to be included at Accountex and it is really good! Allows me to look at saving money by moving away from Senta that I pay for to so I am very excited by this new development (if only they'd sort their Accounts Production issues out though...)
13th Mar 2019
Yes we noticed the over disclosure to - I can tell you many accountants who didn't which is more worrying and frustrating to tell prospects that their current accountants have over disclosed.
But we also found a work around it and are eagerly awaiting this update in the software, it definitely is the one downside.
22nd Feb 2019
Yes as the others have said, you just tick the box in the tax return to say the loss relief relates to the prior year (as if you don't do that, they don't pick it up to process) but is worth noting that we had to wait over 2 months for our clients to be processed, we submitted it on the 2nd of December and they had a huge backlog to clear, so she eventually received her rebate last week so it could be that to.
1st Feb 2019
Worst tax return season for me to this year, usually finished by 4pm with a couple to go in the last week, but this week it was just non stop with the last one going in just after 10pm yesterday!
6th Feb 2018
We've just got price details today for this and it looks like it will cost us at least £75 excl VAT per month, which is way too much for us to justify, so I will be trialling BrightPay now or looking at other solutions - such a shame.
2nd Jan 2018
Completely agree with you, was first time using Indeed so was very frustrated that people were not bothering to read the 'accountancy experience is essential' and other key items I was looking for.
I also had a few others apply that were at the opposite end of the scale, completely over qualified for the role, so I had to go back and say do you really think this job would suit you? Best one was an applicant who'd only had experience in.... plumbing!
But admittedly I did find via Indeed, 3 quality candidates to interview and one who I gave the job to, so it's definitely worth a try as it cost me about £20 in the end to run the ad for 2 weeks vs recruiters who wanted to charge me £480 plus for a month. So I still think it is worth a go.