Member Since: 24th Dec 2016
9th May 2020
If you have recently changed your job it can take time for them to catch up with you.
What I would suggest is getting in touch with the student loan company as no one else will be able to answer your question, not even your employer
28th Apr 2020
Thank you for your responses, I think at the moment we will probably be better staying with sage as have probably around 400+ transactions a month.
It might be something when I can invest the time to sit and have a trial of xero and integrate one of the companies and see how it would work for our business
21st Jan 2019
Thank you for the responses I have asked in the bank and unfortunately due to data protection they are unwilling to do anything.
20th Jan 2019
Unfortunately we don’t have their account details and closing the bank account isn’t an option as we have several hundred other incoming standing orders.
26th Sep 2018
When you applied for the job did you not tell them you are still training?
When I first started my training in an accounting practice they only set me small some trader accounts to do, and it was one section at a time. Ie do bank reconciliation, then move on to the next section. As they knew I was only training and everything then went to my line manager for review I did not deal with any clients directly
14th Jun 2018
We use brightpay in our company.
Have found it very good and it emails the payslip or can employees can log into the secure portal.
We were originally with sage but found this to be a fraction of the price.
Employees seem to like it too as don’t need to ask for copy payslips etc.
23rd May 2018
It depends what was purchased and if it is subject to VAT.
If it was me and it was an asset I would debit the asset register and credit the hp agreement. On balance sheet
Payment each month are then posted to the hp agreement.
8th May 2018
No you don’t I have taken a few people to court over years and few very recently and straight forward using the online claim form
30th Jan 2018
I have to agree AAT was a really good starting point for me!
Can I ask how you are planning on doing the training. Will it be self study or through a college?
29th Jan 2018
I started studying at 22 after a career change.
I was quite lucky I did AAT as an apprenticeship and joined small firm of accountants and did day release.
I then moved to a bigger firm, with bigger companies and by the time I left was doing my own audits.
Now I’m a management accountant for a national company.
If your willing to put the work in it is easily achievable.
AAT I would definitely recommend