Upcoming workshops

THE RISE OF CLOUD ACCOUNTING

Tuesday, April 4, 2017 (Click for more detail)

6:30 PM – 7.30 PM @ Robinsons Chartered Accountants, 5 Underwood Street, N1 7LY

Learn more about Cloud Accounting and the potential benefits it can bring to your business.

Whether you’re a start-up looking to increase the speed and accuracy of your financial reporting, or an entrepreneur interested in streamlining your accounting processes, moving your financial management to the Cloud can be an alluring prospect. As more and more data-management moves online, Cloud Accounting has become more accessible, more appealing and more stringently secure than ever before.

Work smarter. Work faster. Achieve your goals more quickly and you’ll succeed. You’ll gain more clients, sell more products, innovate more quickly and maximise your ROI. But without measurement you’ll have no idea what works and what doesn’t and be unsure what direction to head in next.

As a business, your accounting function fulfils these needs but the abundance of rules and regulations required by HMRC have meant that historically there has been no quick solution. Forcing a large amount of financial data towards one central point of collation, once a year, and placing a huge amount of emphasis on manual data-management. In fact, the sheer scale of data transferred through to your accountant, be it by email, pdf or in an old shoe-box(!), can often prolong the wait between submission and reporting. Cloud accounting software has developed at a super quick pace over the last 5 years and has far greater flexibility and integration than the traditional server based products.

Join Richard and Joseph as they provide you with an overview of how Cloud Accounting has evolved and how it may, or may not, be able to benefit your business.

* Drinks and snacks on arrival so we can all relax and enjoy the seminar.

OUTSOURCING YOUR FINANCE FUNCTION

Tuesday, May 2, 2017 (Click for more detail)

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM @ Robinsons Chartered Accountants, 5 Underwood Street, N1 7LY.

Learn more about outsourcing your finance function and how it could give your business the competitive edge it needs.

Whether you’re a growing SME or an innovative start-up, making sure you have a lean back-office function can often be the difference between gaining further investment and watching your business slowly leak capital. The temptation is that having a physical employee in the office to deal with your finances will allow you to be more reactive, more easily informed, and quicker to adapt. It’s often the case however that the very opposite is true. Business today needs a broad range of advice and assistance, somethings the traditional “book keeper” is unable to assist with. Penalties for getting information wrong are becoming ever more common and the cost of getting it wrong can be considerable. Having a finance function with a broad range of skills offers peace of mind, allowing you to concentrate on what you are good at and let the experts take care of the financial stress of compliance.

Join Richard and Joseph as they outline the What, Why and How of outsourcing and the various pitfalls to avoid.

They’ll show you how you can save money, time and management-hours while improving the supply of critical management information for your business.

* Drinks and snacks on arrival so we can all relax and enjoy the seminar.

MAKING TAX DIGITAL: PLANNING AND PRACTICE

Tuesday, May 23, 2017 (Click for more detail)

6:30 PM – 7:30 PM @ Robinsons Chartered Accountants, 5 Underwood Street, N1 7LY.

2017 will see the biggest shake-up in tax reporting since the introduction of self-assessment as the government finally publishes proposals to make SMEs submit quarterly tax returns online. The measure is set to be clarified by government in 2017 as part of its programme to ensure that all tax matters become paperless and move online by 2020.

Making Tax Digital will have a significant impact on SMEs and entrepreneurs as they will no longer be able to leave tax matters to the end of the financial year.

Discover what the MTD proposals include and the elements most likely to impact your business. Most importantly, find out how best to mitigate their impact on your business.

Join Richard and Joseph as they outline a robust approach towards planning and management of these pending changes.

* Drinks and snacks on arrival so we can all relax and enjoy the seminar.

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