For the small business owner, keeping track of invoicing, payments and expenses can be a real headache! But now with digital accounting software, those time-consuming tasks have got so much quicker and easier.

For the small business owner, keeping track of invoicing, payments and expenses can be a real headache!  But now with digital accounting software, those time-consuming tasks have got so much quicker and easier.

If you currently don’t use any accounting software, there’s just enough time to get ready for a big change which is soon to happen.

The government has announced that from April 2019 all VAT-registered businesses must keep digital accounting records under it’s new ‘Making Tax Digital’ rules.

That means account books, spreadsheets and carrier bags full of receipts are no longer acceptable!

But help is at hand – The Local News have partnered with Quick Books Online to offer a digital accounting solution to local businesses.

Our bookkeeping support services include raising and sending invoices, posting purchase invoices, bank reconciliation and posting all expenses without paper hassle.

We also help with submitting VAT returns online and finalising year-end accounts ready for submission to your accountant who will have instant access to all records

Inna Morozova, The Local News’ advanced user of Quick Books and chartered certified accountant (ACCA) with more than 15 years of experience, said:

“All of your bookkeeping is done fast and efficiently. Everything is in the palm of your hand in one place as you can also see a snapshot of your business finances wherever you are on the mobile app.”

“Our support services can be tailored to the size and needs of your business. You may just want help with the Quick Books set-up and training for you and your staff, or we can provide full monthly bookkeeping services. With monthly fees from just £79, we can take the hassle of your business bookkeeping and at the same time, we’ll make sure you are ready for the new Making Tax Digital rules.”

For more information please call Inna on 0115 981 9200

You can also get in touch by sending an email to inna@nottinghamlocalnews.com.