Cloud Bookkeeper

at 26 Dover Street, London, W1S 4LY United Kingdom

Cloud Bookkeeper is a Bookkeeping service which uses Cloud technology.

Cloud Bookkeeper
26 Dover Street
London W1S 4LY
United Kingdom
Contact Phone
P: 0845 388 2298

Company Rating

644 FB users likes Cloud Bookkeeper, set it to 21 position in Likes Rating for London, United Kingdom in Bank/financial services category

need payroll services

Published on 2014-08-25 07:13:42 GMT

725,000 employers have benefited from the Employment Allowance Have you claimed your Employment Allowance yet?

Published on 2014-08-22 19:02:31 GMT

Published on 2014-08-15 21:43:50 GMT

Invoicing from anywhere Your clients can now download our Sage One mobile app, making working on the move that much easier. We're excited to tell you about our latest release - Sage One is now available as a free mobile app to accompany your clients Sage One Accounts or Sage One Accounts Extra subscription and we're giving them the chance to be one of the first to get it. The app is brand new, and has been designed to give greater flexibility to help manage accounts on the move. Raise sales invoices and send them directly by email. Take payments immediately (if they're integrated with Sage Pay). View contacts' details and get directions to their location through your phones navigation. Read more The app is available to download from the App Store on Apple mobile devices (there’s an Android version on the way too). Forward this email so your clients can go straight to the app store and download it now.

Published on 2014-07-29 21:25:14 GMT

Real Time Information (RTI) Penalty Notices July 22, 2014 at 7:06 pm As an employer you may have received an RTI penalty warning letter accusing you of not submitting all of the RTI returns required for 2013/14. However, that letter may be incorrect. HMRC has admitted that its computer has churned out inappropriate penalty warning letters to employers who have submitted employer payment summaries (EPS) during 2013/14. If you have submitted all the required RTI returns for the tax year you can ignore the warning letter, as a penalty will not be charged. This “cry wolf” by HMRC sets a dangerous precedent, as you may be inclined to ignore further RTI penalty warning letters that could be issued later this year. From October 2014 new penalties come into effect where the monthly full payment submission (FPS) is submitted late, or an EPS is not submitted where a FPS is not required as no payments are made. If or when those new penalties arrive you will be able to appeal against the penalty online. Note this online appeal system is not up and running yet. From October 2014 the FPS will contain a new box that allows you to tell HMRC why the FPS is apparently late, perhaps because you are taking advantage of the concession for payrolls with nine or fewer employees. The EPS will also be changed in October so it will relate to a particular tax month. This will avoid the need to file the EPS in the window of 20th of the current month to 19th of the following month to ensure it is applied by HMRC to the appropriate tax month.

Published on 2014-07-28 20:28:43 GMT

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Published on 2014-04-27 08:10:57 GMT