We have two Quickbooks onboarding sessions coming up which will be co-hosted by Quickbooks. Book your session now to secure a place!
We were delighted to provide cloud software training at the Cornwall Chamber of Commerce’s Cornwall Festival of Business this year.
We’re excited to announce dedicated training packages to help local business owners and finance professionals get the most out of cloud accounting software. The new courses are designed for all businesses so you don’t need to be a Whyfield client to sign up but of course you’ll get a discount if you are. Either way
Making Tax Digital is the latest move by the Government to make it easier for individuals and business to get their tax right and stay of top of their affairs. But there’s one small problem with this plan … according to our research, it seems that businesses in Cornwall just aren’t ready for it at
Earlier this year we announced that we won another tender to supply mentoring support for the Unlocking Potential programme in Cornwall. To date, we’ve given over 200 hours support to business ideas and startups. Our support has included cash flow forecasting, bookkeeping, balance sheets, profit and loss, management accounts, financial ratios, survival budgeting and of
Sage, the old favourite, something that is synonymous with the accountancy profession, is changing to get ready for Making Tax Digital (MTD). Whilst that shouldn’t be surprising, given they are one of the UK’s largest technology companies, you need to be a little bit careful and check whether you’ll be compliant when the new regime
Making Tax Digital is on its way. Next year, if your turnover is over the VAT threshold, you’ll need to submit returns online. In readiness, HMRC has been working with more than 150 software suppliers who have said they’ll provide software for Making Tax Digital for VAT in time for April 2019. If you’ve got a system
HMRC has announced a number of changes to the Making Tax Digital scheme. They have revised the timescale following feedback from businesses, accountants and Parliament. This is good news because it means that businesses will now have more time to implement the changes required. Similarly, many smaller businesses or self-employed individuals will not have to