How to ensure data doesn’t fall into the wrong hands

Cyber Crime and identity theft is at an all time high, we can’t stress the importance enough of ensuring that your data is protected at every stage of its journey, from the start of the data being transferred to the disposal when it’s finished with. Breaches of the data protection act more often than not only come to light once … Read More

Employee or Sub-Contractor?

When deciding to take on a new member of your team it’s important to weigh up the options available to you. If choosing to take on a freelancer rather than employ then there are factors which you need to consider. Will the sub-contractor be providing their services to you through a limited company, partnership or unincorporated association? If the answer … Read More

What’s new in V27.2?

In the latest version of Sage 50cloud Accounts (v27.2) Sage have introduced various new features, one of which is a new tax code being introduced – T14 for ‘Import of goods-No VAT’ which affects box 7, no VAT. We’re delighted to announce that our Sage 50 Accounts Support Community was instrumental in this new tax code being introduced, well done … Read More

What you need to know about Sage Salary and Supplier Payments

In just a few clicks within your Sage software you can securely pay all of your Salary and Supplier payments, but what are the benefits? Saves time and reduces errors Your staff and supplier payments can be submitted directly from your Sage software which means you don’t have to manually re-enter information such as bank details and it’s not necessary … Read More

Invoice basis or cash basis for VAT – what’s the difference?

When it comes to the time to register your business for VAT, whether that be because you’ve hit the threshold or that you are opting to register voluntarily, you need to decide whether it will be on an invoice or cash basis*. When we (Sage Accounts Solutions Limited) deliver training or are helping you to setup Sage, we have to … Read More

Bookkeeping can be a lonely place

Many bookkeepers’ start off their bookkeeping business alone, the majority remain that way for the duration of their business, whilst others build their businesses and welcome team members.  Running a business independently, and mostly from home can be lonely, I’m sure so many people can relate to this after the past year we have all been through with all office … Read More