Welcoming our new Client Engagement Manager Ellie, to the Cloud team!

“I am delighted to join CloudAccountant.co.uk and be part of the rapidly expanding team.
I’m really excited about being able to focus on our customers and ensure you are provided with the support and exceptional service CloudAccountant are so proud to offer. Even though we are an online service we’re real people, and I’ll be at the end of the phone for a chat and to listen to your business needs whenever you need me. My primary objective will be making your life easier!

I want to really focus on our clients’ experiences, listen to your feedback and be the first point of contact and support for you. I will always ensure your query gets directed to our experienced accountants who have the specialist skills to assist you, allowing you to focus your time and effort on growing your business.
I’ll be in touch with everyone soon to say hello and learn more about you and your business, However, if you have any urgent feedback or need help with any aspect of our service, please don’t hesitate to get in touch! I look forward to speaking with you soon”. Email ellie.preston@cloudaccountant.co.uk or call 07775 603799 / 01625 544 675

Five things your accountant can do as well as taxes

If you are self-employed or you run your own business, then your accountant probably helps look after your books and provides assistance when it is time to fill in your tax return.
Most small business owners find this kind of help incredibly useful, especially if they use cloud accounting software like FreeAgent or Xero to stay on top of the bookkeeping.

Would You Use This Xero Boss’s ‘Coffee Cup’ Interview Technique?

The boss of accounting software firm Xero Australia has revealed an innovative and somewhat controversial interview technique that he uses to weed out candidates that don’t fit with the company culture.

Trent Innes’ technique has nothing to do with skills or experience, it’s all down to how interview candidates deal with a dirty coffee cup.

Chancellor pushes on with Making Tax Digital

The Chancellor Philip Hammond has confirmed that he will push ahead with Making Tax Digital for VAT reforms in April, despite warnings that many firms are not ready for the change.

In the Chancellor’s written ministerial statement, he said that Making Tax Digital “is an important first step in this modernisation of the tax system to which the government remains committed.”

How Will Brexit Affect Freelancers?

Brexit has dominated headlines and column inches for around two years now but with little certainty on how a final deal will look, it is difficult to know how lea

Business Continuity Update from Customer Service - COVID-19

CloudAccountant.co.uk have of course been putting together comprehensive plans to ensure that we are fully prepared for whatever the next few months brings. The planning has considered all key parts of our business.

Amazon Charges HMRC More than It Pays in Tax

HMRC paid Amazon £11 million for web hosting services in 2018, more than six times the £1.7 million than Amazon’s main UK business paid in corporation tax.

A new report from the GMB union reveals that Amazon received more than £460 million worth of public contracts in the last four years.

Xero Launches First TV Advert

Following the introduction of Making Tax Digital for VAT, cloud accounting software provider Xero has launched its first UK television advert.

The not-so-typical accountancy ad shows a business owner come stunt driver changing the back wheel of his car while still in motion.

Xero’s Instafile Will Make January Tax Filing Much Easier
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Did you struggle filing your tax return last month? Xero’s acquisition of Instafile promises to make tax preparation much easier next time around.

Instafile, which is only available through Xero Partners like CloudAccountant.co.uk, automates tax filing and reporting by connecting small businesses directly with tax authorities like HMRC.

KPMG Closes Small Business Accounting Division: What to do Next

KPMG has confirmed plans to close its small business accounting division, leaving customers to find a new Xero-ready accountancy practice.

KPMG's Small Business Accounting (SBA) division was an exciting new offering when it launched in 2014, but heavy subscription fees made it difficult for the big four accountancy firm to gain traction in the market.

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