Member Since: 18th Jun 2008
1st Apr 2021
We used Sage then moved to Iris but have been using Moneysoft for years. My wife uses it for a variety of client's payrolls, weekly, fortnightly, monthly. Salaried, variable hours.
We also manged to deal with bringing in EA part way through the year
It at least does all we require without a fuss
18th Feb 2021
I use Absolute Tax. When I discovered 'fetch' for this latest tax season I tried it several times but gave it up as too much like hardwork having to re-enter codes and proof I am who I say I am etc etc only for it retrieve some info and twice absolutely nothing!
A great idea but not fit for purpose as yet
11th Feb 2021
We switched to MoneySoft from Iris 5+ yrs ago and run a mix of payrolls, simply mthly salaries thru to weekly variable hrs, works well.
Also do P11d's in it
And found away of switching on EA this year by modifying the payment table to avoid claiming EA when Er's had been recovered thru CJRS
29th Jan 2021
Absolute accounting - I've used their software since day 1 for accounts production, SA & CT tax rtns. It's designed inconjunction with Forbes
And their support on the odd occassion you do need it is second to none
They also have bridging software re MTD Vat which we use and other tax planning tools wrtten by Tim Good
21st Jan 2021
I've used Absolute's Vat filer from day 1, no problems, simple link to Excel
Not free though, circa £40 for 10 vat reg'ns
16th Nov 2020
No doubt of little comfort but my wife could have written your posting except may be I'm a little more involved in help her thru the maze. Just come off the latest A/web webinar on CRJS and I have to say not an easy one to follow and will be rewatching later.
You can only do your best and if challenged if you can show the logic of your workings and it makes sense then my understanding is you shd be alright
17th Sep 2020
We've been using Absolute Accounting suite since day 1, works well for us and support is second to none. Headed up by Tim Good and Giles Mooney.
Worth a look and there are additional tax planning tools available too
11th Sep 2020
Another vote for Absolute's VatFiler. Works fine for our clients and linking it directly into our own bespoke MTD complient spreadsheet that records all transactions was simple
3rd Jul 2020
Just checked some of more imminent sets all extend without application. Also checked one whose y/e is 30th June 2020 and it's extended to June 21
22nd Jun 2020
You say some at least will be to pay off existing loan[s]. I've not checked but fairly sure one of the purposes you cannot use CBILS or BBBL for is to pay off existing debt.
Also you can have either CBILS or BBBL but not both