Online accountants may be pleased to learn that accounting software giant Sage is sending a new version of its iXBRL tax technology to its customers.
Accountants will be fully aware that HMRC is keen to instil the book keeping habit into all business owners, including self employed freelancers. But a lot of the less mathematically inclined freelancers appear to be terrified by the very thought of a bit of bookkeeping.
Prue Watson, an FSB spokesperson, has advised small business owners that they should consider investing in accounting software if they do not already use it.
Online accountants may be interested to learn that Intuit has launched the latest release of its popular QuickBooks software.
Small businesses and contractor accountants should monitor the way employees use cloud computing systems to make sure they are getting the full benefits of the service, according to Opsview.
Online accountants often find that their clients are using outdated accounting software packages. Typically with SMEs, this is because of a fear of the unknown.
Sage, the accounting software giant, is relaunching its dedicated service for accountants.
Accountants may be interested to learn that the Yell Group, the international yellow pages telephone directory company, has unveiled its four year strategy to combat its £2.7 billion debt burden.
SMEs looking to use an online accounting software package might be interested to learn more about KashFlow.
Users of MYOB software may want to consider changing to a cloud computing service so that their online accountant can access their accounts remotely.