4 steps to preparing your clients for MTD

Posted by Capium on May 24, 2018 12:53:27 PM

Making Tax Digital is not far now...

There’s now less than a year to go until businesses above the VAT threshold will need to start keeping their accounting records digitally and submitting their VAT returns using MTD-compatible software.

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Boost practice efficiency with accountancy practice management software

Posted by Capium on Apr 17, 2018 1:33:56 PM

With the help of advancing technology, accountancy firms and other modern businesses can afford to focus some of their attention on streamlining their operations, with the aim of providing a more efficient service to increasingly expectant clients.

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Six ways cloud accounting software could future proof your accounts firm

Posted by Capium on Mar 15, 2018 12:00:00 PM

As a modern accounting firm it’s likely you’re under pressure to regularly alter your practices in order to keep up with your competition. If you’re still relying on traditional manual methods of managing your clients’ accounts this could be a time consuming and potentially expensive undertaking. However, if you embrace web based accounting software it’s possible you could ensure you keep up with your rivals while simultaneously future proofing your business.

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Five problems you could solve with accounts preparation software

Posted by Capium on Feb 26, 2018 12:50:49 PM

The accounting industry is evolving all time, but while this means greater value for clients it can mean an increase in problems and hurdles for small and medium sized accounting firms hoping to keep up with their competitors or meet the growing number of compliance standards required by external bodies.

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A Beginner's Guide to Accounts Production Software

Posted by Capium on Feb 13, 2018 2:00:00 PM

The accounting industry is quickly being transformed by the creation of new accounts software and specially designed bookkeeping tools. However, many of these innovations are aimed at making accounts easier for small businesses and self-employed workers who need an easy solution for a single tax return rather than for accounting firms.

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Tax Software for Accountants: The Benefits of Making Tax Digital

Posted by Capium on Jan 2, 2018 2:00:00 PM

The announcement that HMRC plans to implement a new electronic accounting system by 2020 will have huge implications for accountants, many of whom will need to change the way they work to meet the government’s new standards. However, the mass updating of systems likely to precede the launch of the Making Tax Digital plan could actually be a blessing in disguise.

 

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What is iXBRL? A Guide for Accountants

Posted by Capium on Dec 14, 2017 4:00:00 PM

As technology becomes an increasingly important part of business it’s vital for accountants to keep their software and accounting systems up to date. We’ve put together a guide on iXBRL, one of the most significant additions to the modern accounting process, to help you ensure you provide your clients with the most comprehensive and advanced service possible.

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All new Capium software features

Posted by Capium on Dec 14, 2017 3:30:00 PM

We at Capium are always looking to create a smoother user experience, so we have released new features to our software as well as fixing other aspects of our software. Here is a quick rundown of the changes.

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The era of the spreadsheet is coming to an end, finance leaders warn

Posted by Capium on Dec 5, 2017 6:01:25 PM

A number of top financial chiefs have revealed they are gradually eliminating Excel and similar spreadsheet software from their operations processes after struggling to integrate the once treasured accounting solution into their modern systems.

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What does the Autumn Budget mean for accounting?

Posted by Capium on Nov 25, 2017 12:00:00 PM

Chancellor Philip Hammond has delivered his first Budget and many voters are relieved to see their favourite financial policies have remained untouched. Those with a penchant for pensions were some of the biggest winners as pension tax relief was left intact, while first-time buyers delighted in the removal of stamp duty for houses worth less than £300,000.

 

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