Its the curve they like.
I am sitting on twin 27 inch curved Samsungs, which are great, as i was starting to need reading glasses to use my laptop, but I don't now.
I think bigger than that and they start to take up too much room and you cannot see over the top of them.
I think there is more to it than that.
There is potential to convert their sales to my cleint, but there is the technical cost of setting it all up as we are not transferring the website.
We have an estimate of the sales we can get from and what profit it can produce.
For me there is a lot of unknowns as to how succesful it will be as I imagine the traffic is already looking elsewhere so the volume of enquiries will be going down faster than a fat lad on a seesaw.
So by the time you have transferred it all there maybe very little left, it seems an opportunity but very high risk.
It may be better just beefing up our google ads to try and pick up customers of the now bust company.
Unless you have a stack of cash I imagine your too young to pack in so don't sell as you will regret it in 2 years time when the money is gone.
What you must do though is do something.
Earlier in the year, my father was terminally ill so was trying to balance out supporting my family with a busy January and everything that comes with it.
It hit me when doing a tax return at about 11.00pm on 30th Jan "this is not working" and something had to give. I got January out the way then took the step back.
I was working too many hours for not enough fees. Too many needy clients who contacted me 24 hours a day it was suffocating.
I shed some clients, repriced others ad had a lot of full and frank conversations with everyone.
I reviewed every client individually to see what we were doing, far too much job creep had crept in. I also started reading and listening a lot more to other people, collecting alternative views to my own.
Since then things have improved a lot and I am back up to where I was in 2018, winning the right work at the right price.
If you have a staff team be honest with them, and ask them for ideas and to step up. If they don't, don't carry them.
whatever you do, do something sooner rather than later, you owe that to your family.
Happy to have a chat if it helps, we all go through the same issues.
This is the big drawback with Sageone as they were so late to the party with 3rd party apps.
I am not aware of any of the major reporting apps that will link directly with Sageone and you will have to use the spreadsheet upload option to use it with Spotlight etc.
If you client is wanting extra services like this and cashflow management is key I would move him to Xero or QBO then you can take your pick of 10+ reporting apps to choose from that will do the job.
Do none of your Vet pals not have any recommendations?
failing that you can look at the QB directory or google "accounting for Vet" and you may find someone who is specialist in Vets or medical practitioners.
The cloud allows you to work with anyone in the country so you might find some Northern firms are better priced, than those in London.
Give Manchester Man a shout he is a good egg and always very helpful on this forum.
I would take a look at it for you but I am Xero man and would not claim to be a QBO expert.
Try also Charlie Carne who is near to you or Redfive who is a QBO man but is northern based, both will do a grand job for you.
I am surprised you are just asking this. Question now.
Yes it’s the same data filed just with a different interface
I spoke with a Vat inspector recently about MTD and he just laughed stating it means nothing to them currently as you state it’s the same info they currently get and they won’t get excited about it until they get transactional data.
Personally I think this will happen soon enough
I don’t think they will roll it out to accounts submissions though as the current suggestion is not workable