Month: January 2017

Development priorities for the year

Much of the last 12- 18 months have seen the development team focussed on “back end” improvements, with the move to a new hosted environment and changes to the look and feel of the product to improve responsiveness and make...

/ 30th January 2017

New starter spotlight – Ian and Michal

As we continue to grow our product and service, we are delighted to welcome 2 new starters into the Clear Books team. Meet Ian Stewart and Michal Olejarski. Ian Stewart With our partner programme expanding we have hired an additional...

/ 26th January 2017

VAT MOSS what next? Changes to VAT on cross border online sales

On 1 December 2016 the European Commission released its proposals for changes in the way VAT is applied to cross-border online sales within and into the EU. The current situation Since 1 January 2015 any business (whether VAT registered or...

/ 18th January 2017

Certified Partner Spotlight – Maitland Limited Chartered Accountants

Clear Books interviews Andy Maitland of Maitland Limited Chartered Accountants. It's always great to catch up with our partners to learn what makes their practice successful. Name & Company Andy Maitland, Maitland Limited Chartered Accountants Who are you and what...

/ 12th January 2017

A chat with Martyn Keates of Keates & Co.

Today we have another catch up with one of our certified partners Martyn Keates, principal of Keates & Co. let's take a look at how he runs his successful accounting practice based in Camberley and Fleet. Who are you and what...

/ 12th January 2017

A chat with Jane Swain of Lymm Tax Services

Today we have a chat with one of our newly certified partners Jane Swain of Lymm Tax Services. Let's take a look at how she runs her successful  practice using Clear Books. So what do you and your practice do? Chartered Accountant...

/ 11th January 2017

Changes to VAT Flat Rate Scheme (FRS)

In his Autumn Statement of November 2016 the Chancellor announced changes to the FRS designed to combat perceived abuse; predominantly by labour only agency workers.  It will however affect many other service sector businesses. The announcement was followed by HMRC...

/ 11th January 2017