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mkurtmkurt N LondonRegistered Posts: 6
I recently bought SAPA, Sage P Tax and Sage C Tax software's and looking for training from agent or private one to one...any suggestions please?


  • mkurtmkurt N LondonRegistered Posts: 6
    are you sure? why?
  • mkurtmkurt N LondonRegistered Posts: 6
    i understand thanks for your advise, i would like to use proper software's, i was thinking to buy sage or cch and i ve chosen sage..
  • Gem7321Gem7321 Experienced Mentor DevonMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 1,438
    edited July 2015
    I'd encourage you to do more research in to other "proper software's"
  • mkurtmkurt N LondonRegistered Posts: 6
    thanks for your (Both) help..
  • MakkusuMakkusu Feels At Home BournemouthRegistered Posts: 94
    In all honesty, Sage software isn't as bad as a lot of people make out. Yes it can be a pain at times, yes their service is a complete pain. But it still does the job for many firms racking in the millions through fees, so... does the job.
  • mkurtmkurt N LondonRegistered Posts: 6
    they offered me good price, i m paying 12 months for the 18 months of licence, i will try and see how it goes, if i feel that it is not good to me i will change it after 18 months..
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