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Custom Invoice Layouts In Sage 50 And Xero

It has been a week of designing custom invoice layouts. Some very knowledgable people were baffled and asked for help ...

 

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Bringing Your Old Sage Desktop Software Up To Date

There are people doing bookkeeping on old Sage desktop software. This week we were asked to upgrade one ...

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Tony Dalton: Explaining A Balance Sheet

Many people panic when faced with balance sheets usually because they don’t understand them at all ...

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Do You Know Your Numbers?

I'm a huge advocate of knowing your numbers and keeping up to date on your accounts as you go through the year ...

   
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Keeping Your Sage Tidy

When you have been running your Sage accounts for a few years, it can be worth having a declutter and a bit of a tidy up ...

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Business Networking in Milton Keynes

I am a huge advocate of business networking in Milton Keynes. It is something I was introduced to more than 10 years ago ...

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Are Sage Products Ready For Brexit?

I'm often asked if Sage accountancy software is ready for Brexit. I have been assured that they will be ...

   
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Making Tax Digital: No Fines For Filing Late

A news article reported that one in four businesses failed to file their first Making Tax Digital return by the 7th August ...

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Do You File Your Receipts In A Paper Bag?

Are you one of the 33% of businesses that still file your receipts in a bag? According to a recent article, this is a huge mistake ...

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Watch Out When Upgrading To Sage v26

If you're upgrading to Sage v26 then you need to be careful of one of the improvements to the software ...

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Checking VAT Registration Numbers

If you are doing your bookkeeping for a VAT registered company, then you can usually reclaim any VAT you pay to your suppliers ...

   
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Maximising The Power Of Networking

Many of us realise the power of networking and how it can bring in new business, but how can you make the most of it?

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The Domestic Reverse Charge For Construction Services Is Delayed

HMRC has listened to industry concerns and delayed the Domestic Reverse Charge for Construction Services until October 2020 ...

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Do You Know About My Bookkeeping Handholding Service?

Bookkeeping can be a lonely pastime. Either as a business owner looking after your own accounts or as an external bookkeeper ...

   
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VAT Codes For Purchasing Explained

I've been helping a client with Xero and although they are nearly sorted, Entering invoices with no VAT is confusing them ...

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Sage 50: Refresher Training Or SImple Experimentation?

If you've used Sage 50 for a while, you probably have used it the same way for years, even if you have upgraded to the latest version ...

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Sage Data Check: What To Do When The Budget Is Negative

If you are using Sage correctly, you should be running regular Sage Data Checks each time you have done any data entry ...

 
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HMRC Struggling With Making Tax Digital Registrations

If you call HMRC then you will hear that they are struggling with the volume registrations for Making Tax Digital ...

 

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HMRC And The Gateway Virus Messages

Over the last few weeks, I have noticed an increase in the number of fake messages which claim to come from HMRC ...

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Did You Know The Xero Bank Feeds Are Changing?

In a few weeks time, Xero bank feeds will no longer function due to the implementation of open banking ...

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Thoughts On Filing My First MTD Return

I have just run my first MTD return for a client and thought I would share with you just how different it is ...

   
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The Adept Sage 50 Payment Allocation Add-On

Another in my series of blog posts highlighting Adept Sage 50 add-on products tackling requested extra functionality ...

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Do You Know About The New Sage Error Correction Features?

Sage error correction used to mean that If you wanted to correct any errors, you needed to be the only one logged in to the system ...

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How To Deal With A Customer Who Is Also A Supplier In Xero

What do you do with a customer who is also a supplier, and you don't want to do needless bank transfers to them to pay for services?

   
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Management Reports: Make Your Accounts Work For You

Do you ever look at any of the management reports available in Sage and Xero to help you with important business decisions?

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Bank Reconciliation: Is It Really Necessary?

So, you have heard people talk about the bank reconciliation, but have no idea why you should be doing it, or even what it is ...

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How Is Wave Supporting Making Tax Digital?

Recently, I wrote that Wave is a great idea for micro businesses who didn't need the features of the likes of Sage and Xero ...

 
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Wave Accounting: Free Bookkeeping Software For Micro Businesses

I always advocate using accounting software so micro-businesses can try the free Wave accounting app ...