Making the most of accountancy software with TaxAssist Accountants

By Jake Martin

1 min read

With almost 78% of small businesses moving to the cloud in 2020, it’s clear that the way you work is changing. So is accountancy software.

As small businesses start to see their future in digital terms, making sure you know how to take advantage of real time insights that are made possible through cloud accounting is critical.

Rather than spend hours slaving away over a spreadsheet where the risk of error increases with the level of complexity, moving to cloud accounting can mean spending less time running your business, and more time growing your business.

Throw in the fact that digital tax (the ability businesses will have to submit their tax returns to HMRC at the click of a button) is just over 18 months away from being introduced, and it becomes clear that cloud accounting is not only the future, it is becoming the standard for businesses that want to scale in the next few years.

But, how do you get started?

That’s where QuickBooks and TaxAssist Accountants come in.

If you’re new to the cloud, or new to using QuickBooks, we’ve put together a FREE seminar that helps you make the most cloud within your small business.

“Making the Most of QuickBooks”, taking place on November 16th, will walk you through live demonstrations of QuickBooks, the World’s no.1 accountancy software, as well as working sessions that help you gain a firm foothold on cloud accounting, as well as understanding how you can take advantage.

By attending this exclusive event you will get the opportunity to:

  • Understand how you can gain key insights whenever you want, wherever you are
  • Experience the features that help you save time and get paid on time
  • See the way that you can customize invoices and other important documents within QuickBooks

 

“Making the Most of QuickBooks” will be held on Thursday 16th November and will be hosted twice on the day; once at 10.30am to 12 midday, and again at 1pm to 2.30, at the Intuit QuickBooks Head Office (details are below). Limited spaces are available, so book now to ensure you secure your seat.

With cloud accounting becoming more and more popular amongst small businesses, make sure you’re fully equipped with what you need to know, with QuickBooks and TaxAssist Accountants.

 

Information may be abridged and therefore incomplete. This document/information does not constitute, and should not be considered a substitute for, legal or financial advice. Each financial situation is different, the advice provided is intended to be general. Please contact your financial or legal advisors for information specific to your situation.

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