Member Since: 31st May 2010
26th Oct 2013
Who would have enough faith to use a Book-keeping service that doesn't use internet, computers, television and mobile phones !!!!
Even if you don’t use IT directly, the society that you live in is engulfed in such compliances.
The only way to avoid it is to flee to a desert island (rowing there only as the plane has a computer system). Mind you, this may suit the clients depending on the local tax laws (that you could create), and returns wouldn't have to be done online !
Spreadsheet fanatic John
23rd Mar 2013
Take a look at the Directors' duties contained within the CA 2006, Chapter 2, sections 170-187, to see what applies to the Director in terms of remedies available.
17th Jul 2011
Counting for Accountants
If you are counting the characters in the cell, its usually because you want to restrict the number of them that you are transferring elsewhere. Say you had a cell (a1) with 100 characters in it, and you only wanted to pick out the first 15 of them ie to compare a vlookup with another cell, then use =mid(a1,1,15), and this will start from character 1 and stop at 15. Likewise if you wanted to pick from the 8th to the 12th use =mid(a1,8,12).
I would be interested in knowing why people would want to actually count the characters - Once I had to import a description from excel into a Journal line and it would fail if it went over a certain amount of characters.