Member Since: 3rd Aug 2016
19th Aug 2017
Judging by Luke's comment, Taxfiler don't support this.
I'm sure if you ask them they'll support it "soon", along with practice management (coming soon too) and lots of other cool new features (coming equally soon).
We shall all await with bated breath.
15th Aug 2017
You missed one option - filing the full accounts. There really is no point filing filleted accounts if you list the client's CT liability and, by extension, their profit.
15th Aug 2017
I don't mean to be rude, but do you both need to invest in some better software? You seem to be saying Taxfiler doesn't produce filleted accounts that are fit for purpose, but it's OK as you can always redo them using the Companies House service.
There are systems available where you can do proper accounts, file them with a click of a button and you're done. You can then move on to other paid work.
These systems may cost you a few pounds more (literally a few pounds more) but, if your time has any value at all, it's worth the investment.
12th Aug 2017
Tim Vane wrote:
Much of the HMRC data I have viewed so far has been wrong, so I'm afraid I just don't trust it.
Do you just need to use better software? What system are you using now?
14th Jul 2017
Gbooks is worth looking at. It provides most (maybe all) of the features of IRIS but is cheaper.
It's better than trying to run multiple systems with separate databases.
21st May 2017
I can't comment on the Iris issue but I've used the Gbooks taxlocker. It's easy to use and you're notified as soon as the client approves the file. It's quicker and safer than sending out PDFs.
16th May 2017
I think this particular problem lies with Taxfiler rather than Companies House. There seem to be a some very basic problems coming up with their accounts function.
I had a look at their system a while ago and I'm glad I didn't get sucked in by the hype.
15th May 2017
It's a bit harsh when someone works in the sports field but I would say no. Any costs relating to health are incurred as a human being rather than as a trader, and so I wouldn't claim any myself.
I'm sure there have been tax cases about this in the past and someone else may know more details.
29th Apr 2017
First of all, hats off to Gbooks for adding this function. The fact it's free is a definite plus point.
I've only been with them a couple of months and don't have any 2015/16 returns to check. But it sounds as if it's going to be useful in the future.
27th Apr 2017
I've recently started using Gbooks and I'm pleased so far. The system is very easy to use, it's all fully integrated and the support is good.
It's definitely worth a trial.