QuickBooks provides a seamless solution for tax and final accounts

By Jake Martin

1 min read

We know that for many accountants, filing their client’s annual accounts (the balance sheet, the P&L and the director’s report) to Companies House can be an extremely stressful and frustrating time.

Rather than struggle spending 2 hours per client on year end accounts and using multiple (not to mention expensive) software to get a unified view, you can now use Taxfiler in QuickBooks.

With Taxfiler, you can easily import your client’s trial balance, saving you a significant amount of time and increasing the accuracy of your accounts. In addition, Taxfiler and QuickBooks will automatically maps your categories, allowing your data to flow seamlessly, ensuring there is no manual re-entering of data.

Trying to manage multiple systems is no longer an issue with Taxfiler – Now, you can simply submit your clients’ CT600 directly to HMRC and their accounts across to Companies House, all in one place.

We know how precious your time is, so Taxfiler can automatically create a journal and submit it directly to QuickBooks, so you can save resources and create more value for your clients.

Taxfiler

Find out more on Taxfiler

Sign into QuickBooks and access Taxfiler

Create your own online directory entry

Access to thousands of small businesses is only a few taps away with QuickBooks . Simply select the ProAdvisor tab when you’ve signed into QuickBooks, and you’re on you way to creating a listing that can help bring in new business.

This service is only available to ProAdvisor Silver members and upwards, so if you’re a ‘Bronze’ member, it’s time to sign up some more clients to take advantage! Find out more.

In addition, the directory will soon be available in QuickBooks, meaning that even more small businesses will have the ability to find your practice.

Sign in here to access the directory

 

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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