QuickBooks Desktop discontinued: what to do next
QuickBooks Desktop is being discontinued in the UK – and the deadline for users to take action is fast approaching.
What charities can do about the cost of living crisis
The cost of living crisis is piling pressure on charities from all directions. For many, demand for what they do has increased, while galloping inflation has hiked up the cost of providing
iplicit launches new fixed asset management tools
iplicit is launching a suite of fixed asset management tools to save its users time and resources.
Fear of data loss a key concern for digital finance transformation
There are many considerations for financial decision-makers to evaluate when changing accounting software. In fact, more than 12,000 UK organisations are struggling with outdated accounting
How accounting software helps your business decision-making
Making good decisions is crucial in any organisation. Get it wrong, and your business could be at risk. But in order to make the right call in your decision-making process, you’ll need
Key takeaways from Accountex 2023
Thousands headed to London’s ExCel to gain both inspiration and practical knowhow from Accountex 2023.
iplicit and Lightyear join forces
iplicit and Lightyear join forces to create a seamless accounting experience. The partnership is “set to cut time and costs by up to 80%’’.
What multi-academy trusts need to know about finance and cloud accounting
Multi-academy trusts will need to know about cloud accounting under new government guidance. The government has laid down the knowledge, skills and behaviours it wants to see in the Chief
Former Xero COO weighs in at iplicit to help shape partnership offering
Cloud accounting business iplicit has signed an industry heavyweight to help shape the growth of its partnership channels as he did previously with Xero. Damon Anderson has become strategic
VAT’s 50th anniversary – and how to make VAT less of a nightmare
It’s the tax that has been causing sleepless nights for finance teams for half a century. VAT turned 50 in April 2023. The anniversary won’t have been celebrated in too many accounts