Member Since: 23rd Jul 2010
2nd Jun 2018
the above seems to suggest it would be open to all businesses regulated by an appropriate body, I would have thought ACCA would make that list.
2nd Jun 2018
The pricing is on their website - see the versions tab against each of the modules:
£529+VAT - Accounts Production - unlimited clients, assuming you use accounts production software for sole trader clients or,
£269+VAT for up to 50 clients (if you don't use it for sole trader clients)
£340 + VAT - Individual & Partnership returns - unlimited clients
£225+VAT - Corporation Tax unlimited clients
12th May 2018
Try the below:
I used the link above (posted elsewhere on aweb) I couln't find a link to it on the Companies House Website! I was pleasantly surprised - It enabled the director to electronically sign the form
1st May 2018
11th Apr 2018
Why on earth would you want to move to IRIS Payroll ... I can't think of one reason?
22nd Mar 2018
Reason no. 261 NOT to use Sage!
19th Mar 2018
For Point 2 - look at something like PocketSmith (I used it personally for a while) - it will have bank feeds for the personal accounts - and you can then push individual transactions into Xero as an expense claim.
For Point 1 - Receipt Bank or AE (Receipt bank also integrates with trip catcher)
15th Mar 2018
I suppose giving any additional information to assist us with your query .. like which sector/country they operate in .. or who the form is from would be too much trouble?
11th Mar 2018
I personally use:
Final Accounts: VT
If I was starting up: I'd go for Taxcalc as it does, Final Accounts, Tax & Company Secretarial, It also has basic Practice management and a new cloud connect service which allows you to access your data over the cloud. The reason i have stuck to VT for final accounts is partially cost and partially because i cant be bothered to import comparative data, and also because of the seamless integration with VTT+
For payroll moneysoft is great and I currently use it in conjunction with dropbox to allow access to my data on my laptop.
8th Mar 2018
From memory the cheapest option was Ftax