Self Employed Self Assessment – keep it simple

Keep your self assessment simple with these 10 nifty tips: Set up a separate bank account for business only income, costs and expenses. This will avoid things being missed if paid for through your personal account. It’s a much neater way of doing your accounts Record transactions in your accounting records as they occur for your out of pocket expenses (items paid for from your own funds and not through the business bank account). For income received and costs paid from your bank account enter the transactions by way of a bank statement load into your accounting records. This will save time on inputting the details Take a photograph or scanned copy of receipts and invoices. Create a separate

The importance of out of hours support

We’re always delighted to receive positive feedback from our customers – especially when it’s positive feedback about our dedicated support services. We’ve always placed a lot of importance on offering our users access to free support and guidance by both email and phone, because we know how much our customers value such a service. Whether it’s someone who’s new to using cloud-based software, or someone who’s experienced with accounting software but wants to get as much as possible out of the system, we’re always happy to help – and that includes offering out of hours support as well. That’s why it means so much to us when we get a great response from our customers, such as the one below: Th


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