Xero’s Starter Plan Just Got Better
Suitable for a wider range of businesses ...
Posted by Alison Mead on 21/09/2020 @ 8:00AM
If you're looking for great flexibility with your bookkeeping software, there have been some exciting changes to Xero's Starter Plan. They've removed a number of limits that mean Xero has become suitable for even the smallest of businesses ...
Xero's Starter Plan has removed a number of limits!
Xero has removed the limit on bank reconciliations which means the self-employed and sole traders can stay more closely connected to money coming in and going out. Xero's Starter Plan can also send up to 20 invoices per month, where the previous limit was 5.
With Xero's Starter Plan you can now:
Send invoices and quotes (20 per month)
Enter bills (5 per month)
Reconcile bank transactions
Manage and submit VAT online
Add Xero Payroll
Add Xero Projects
Add Xero Expenses
Capture bills and receipts with Hubdoc
All other limits remain the same, but this means that Xero's Starter Plan is now suitable for a wider range of businesses. If you are already using it, these changes came into effect on the 14th September and were totally automatic.
Until next time ...
Would you like to know more?
If anything I've written in this blog post resonates with you and you'd like to discover more about Xero's Starter Plan, give me a call on 01604 420057, leave a comment below or use the Messenger tool you can see in the bottom right of your screen to chat right now.
About Alison Mead ...
Alison loves bookkeeping and supporting bookkeepers. She has been helping clients to be better bookkeepers in Sage 50 for over 24 years and has been Xero Accredited in accounts and payroll for a number of years too.
She specialises in a very unique hand-holding method of training, helping bookkeepers and business owners to use their accounts software as and when they need support in setting up and producing their invoices, reports and financial information.
Alison combines her role at Silicon Bullet with her Forever Living network marketing businesses and is often to be seen at business networking meetings as she likes to keep busy.
You know what they say: if you want something done well ask a busy person!
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