When it comes to setting up backroom functions, eBay and Amazon sellers and other small online retail companies face some tricky challenges. Particularly when it comes to seemingly complex processes like accounting.
CloudAccountant will be attending Xerocon London 2017, another hugely successful event following on from our attendance at Accountex 2017.,
Xero has become the accounting platform that connects a global community of small and larger businesses, apps, advisors, banks and government – with simple, elegant online accounting software at its core. The industry is changing rapidly as a result of the disruption caused by cloud accounting and will continue to change at a similar pace with Xero at the forefront of many of these developments. Xero will be exhibiting new products and exciting company partnership announcements, and we will be among the first to know about it. Listening to 2 days of inspiring talks, discussions and demonstrations, the main goal is for us to come and walk away feeling inspired and ready to take action in CloudAccountant and within the industry.
Xero has named add-on provider Expensify as its global partner of the month for June.
As a global leader in cloud based accounting Xero has already opted to use Expensify for its own internal expense management and is involved in a number of join initiatives.
Feeling stuck with your accountant? You aren’t alone.
Lots of people don’t switch accountants because they think the process will be painful and time consuming. The truth is that modern technology has reduced a lot of traditional barriers to switching accountants. And if you choose the right company, they should handle all the technical details for you.
Switching accountants is simple, even if it isn’t the end of your tax year.
Here are some reasons why you should do it.
After a tumultuous election campaign the final result was anything but decisive. With no party winning an overall majority, we look at what freelancers wanted out of the election, who they voted for and what could happen next.
The nation will be observing a minute's silence today in remembrance of all those who lost their lives, and those who suffered injuries, in the London terrorist attack last Saturday.
We will turn our phone system off for 1-2 minutes just before 11 so our staff can observe the minute’s silence.
We thank our customers for their patience whilst our phone systems are turned off.