Member Since: 12th Apr 2014
29th Oct 2018
The Tattooist of Auschwitz
Would highly recommend
29th Oct 2018
Gets very upset if you don't greet it
23rd Mar 2018
Did so this morning with no issues (sorry!).
20th Jun 2017
I don't think there would be a problem provided the following:
1) The employee has given you consent to send it to their work address
2) The payslips themselves are password protected
Bear in mind that some people do not fathom that if they leave the organisation, they no longer get access to the payslips unless they've been saved.
21st Feb 2017
I'm with you. Being a part time practice, I only have 2 clients that I thought could have benefited from Receipt Bank, but they wanted me to sign up 'at least 3', then pay '£25 per month for an account manager'.
I would have been happy to pay for two clients (and manage them). They've now pushed me away from the service with their unwillingness to work together.
In the meantime, I'm using Entryless. The first 300 invoices per month are free. The features are basic however.
20th Feb 2017
You should have pretended to be the automated voice at the beginning:
"Would you have a number for the director?"
"That's, help with flat rate scheme, is that right?"
4th Dec 2016
You may find the source workbook is .xls and the target workbook .xlsx. To correct, save the .xls to .xlsx.
14th Sep 2016
I'm an Apple fanboy and the upgrade doesn't tick enough boxes for me.
I've come off contract and decided a sim only with my current phone (6 plus) is the way forward. I've gone from paying £58 per month to £9.20.
That said and with the best intentions, I'll most likely succumb to the marketing drivel and upgrade once the reviews are out.
8th Sep 2016
We use these:
Essentially the employee gets assessed by the scheme administrating company (busy bees), then a deduction pre tax is made from payroll up to the relevant amounts based on tax bracket. The scheme will invoice you (the employer) and the nursery will in turn invoice the scheme.
16th Aug 2016
Thanks for the update Joanne, makes sense.