I read an article in the Autumn 2019 issue of Accounting Practice about the experience of digital taxation in Australia, and the fact that it has introduced various initiatives ahead of the UK. For anyone interested in the future impact of digital taxation in the UK, this article has some interesting predictions.Read more The Tax Wizards of Oz
The company behind AccountingWEB, a popular website for accountants, has completed its 2019 survey which assessed the views of people who use accounting software. I’m very pleased to say that The Payroll Site, again, received the highest ratings in the Payroll Software category.Read more The Payroll Site Tops AccountingWEB Survey Again
VAT is being ‘made digital’ this year and HMRC plans to give income tax and corporation tax the same treatment in the future. But what does it mean to make a tax digital?Read more Making Tax Digital
The company behind AccountingWEB, a popular website for accountants, has completed its 2018 survey into the opinions of people who use accounting software. After each survey, an award is given to the best software product in each category. However, this year, the awards were a little different from usual.
At The Payroll Site, we are independent of the accounting software firms, which leaves us free to integrate with all of the accounting systems which small businesses actually use.
We first connected our system to the QuickFile accounting system in 2013. Since then, customers who have an account with QuickFile have been able to send their payroll figures to their accounting system by clicking a button. Now, there’s a small change to the way it works and customers using this feature will need to take action.
We have just added Sage One to the list of popular accounting systems we integrate with. Over the past two years or so, hundreds of thousands of small businesses have moved their accounting online, and Sage One is one of many systems catering to this demand.
FreeAgent is the latest on the list of popular accounting system we integrate with. Some years ago, I had a meeting with a senior figure from a large, accounting software firm. He said he thought we were making a mistake by taking what he called the Swiss position.