What is cloud accounting?
In recent years bookkeeping systems have become far more user friendly, just like the internet.
These systems have been designed with you, the business owner, in mind so that they are easy to follow, offer value for money and they can be accessed from anywhere, anytime on devices such as tablets and mobile phones as well as laptops and desktop computers.
Why should I use it?
With cloud accounting, your accountant already has all of your information right at their fingertips!
No, they are not psychic, they simply log in to your accounts package using a secure password and they can see what you can, straight away! As if by magic!
How much will it cost me? What are the pitfalls?
Cloud packages have become very popular precisely because they are not expensive! They can cost as little as £10 per month (or even less in some cases!), with no hidden upgrades or support packages.
There are a few pitfalls: Internet Access, Simplicity, Security - but nothing we can't help you work through.
What’s in it for me?
The beauty of the system is that the information is real time, accessed anywhere, easy to use and very user friendly!
For example: Your bank manager wants to see your accounts?
No problem! An email can be set up to send them over, on say, a quarterly basis or more often if required.
How do I get started?
One of the biggest decisions if you have chosen to move to the cloud is choosing the software provider which is most suitable for you.
At Dodd & Co we have experience of working with clients who use a variety of cloud accounting software providers, including Quickbooks, Sage One, Xero, Freeagent and Kashflow.
Get in touch with the CAT to find out more
We’ve all been dealing with cloud packages since they were introduced, so we’re ready to advise and assist you!
As with everything at Dodds we’ve always been independent and the CAT is no exception. We won’t push you to any one particular cloud package, we will look at a whole range of what’s out there and advise you on what’s best for your business.
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