CIS returns

BarbaraK
BarbaraK MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 18
Hi All,

I am going to have client who is CIS and VAT registered. Could you please advise which accounting software is best to use for client wit taxable turnover over £85k?

Thank you in advance

Comments

  • douglasstroud
    douglasstroud Registered Posts: 232
    VT for bookkeeping and submitting MTD and moneysoft to submit CIS returns and CIS suffered
    BarbaraK
  • BarbaraK
    BarbaraK MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 18
    > @douglasstroud said:
    > VT for bookkeeping and submitting MTD and moneysoft to submit CIS returns and CIS suffered

    Thank you :)
    Chanaat
  • zaantjie
    zaantjie Registered Posts: 1
    I have a number of clients that is CIS and VAT registered we do it all through Quickbooks straight to HMRC for them
    BarbaraK
  • Albot
    Albot New Member Registered Posts: 12
    Sage !!!
    BarbaraK
  • Louis1999
    Louis1999 Registered Posts: 8
    Sage or Quickbooks. I have to use two separate softwares at work for VAT and CIS and it's such a time wasting exercise, if you can get them all on one software, that'd be the best option in my opinion.
    BarbaraK
  • Caspar1
    Caspar1 FMAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 31
    Moneysoft for CIS suffered and returns, it also includes BIK submissions too as part of the payroll package, very reasonably priced compared to Sage, and in an easy layout. Help for using it is free from Moneysoft too, if you hae any questions when using it.
  • BarbaraK
    BarbaraK MAAT, AAT Licensed Accountant Posts: 18

    VT for bookkeeping and submitting MTD and moneysoft to submit CIS returns and CIS suffered

    Do you use VT accounts+transaction or just VT transaction?
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