Cloud Accounting has revolutionised the way a company’s accounts are managed over the past few years and will continue to do so as new technology becomes available. By going digital, businesses are able to automate much of their administration – such as bank transactions and recording invoices – thus saving time and money. At the same time, accountants have real time access to how a business is performing, allowing them to offer better and more relevant advice to their client.
This presentation will outline the key features of Cloud Accounting software and explain how it can benefit your business.
Tom is Chartered Accountant & Tax Adviser and director of the accountancy firm Hilton Sharp & Clarke, heading up their Haywards Heath Office. Tom’s principle areas of expertise are tax planning with owner managed businesses, together with personal tax planning for individuals. Being an Accountant alongside a Tax Advisor, Tom has a very good understanding of the accounting issues which are key to any tax planning he undertakes. He enjoys looking at the bigger picture for all his clients, seeing how both personal and corporate taxes interact to ensure that clients maximise the tax efficiency of their affairs. He is also assists his clients in utilising modern technology to stream-line their accountancy systems, saving clients time and money.