News and events from TaxCalc
Jamie Royston-Smith TaxCalc's Senior Sales Consultant, talks about one of our latest innovations in practice: CloudConnect.Read more
Here at TaxCalc we have a fantastic team and are very proud of our people. So that you can get to know us better, we'd like to introduce you to a different member of our staff. This time we focus on Jamie Royston-Smith in our Sales Team.
STEMettes is a fantastic organisation that encourages the next generation of females into science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.
TaxCalc’s very own Cloud Infrastructure Engineer Jen Loveday attended the STEMettes MonsterConfidence event in Cardiff this week in celebration of Ada Lovelace Day and International Day of the Girl Child.Read more
We’re sponsoring and exhibiting at The Practice 2016 ICAEW Conference in London on 17th and 18th November 2016. If you can make it, we’d love to catch up with you. We’ll be there on both days to answer any questions and talk you through the latest products, features and updates in the TaxCalc suite. As ever, our focus is on providing you with innovative solutions that help you create a sustainable, efficient and more successful practice.Read more
The nominations are in for the ‘Practice Software Product of the Year’ and we are delighted to have made the shortlist in this highly prestigious category.
This is the third year that we’ve been nominated. We consistently strive to create innovative, intuitive software that simply works for you – and all for a price that’s hard to match. It adds up to exceptional value.
At TaxCalc we are great believers in the value of innovation, especially in our rapidly-evolving, always-on digital world, where your clients and colleagues are rarely more than a few taps on a keyboard away.
We know that knowledge feeds innovation and better practices, which in turn helps to create a better, more efficient, and ultimately more successful accountancy practice.
Our SmartPractice Seminars are just one example of this commitment to supporting you, our customers by sharing our knowledge and providing information that actually makes a difference to your businesses.
HMRC have now published their consultation documents on the Making Tax Digital (MTD) strategy. Covering six separate documents and totalling 243 pages, together they set out HMRC’s vision for the future for the UK’s tax system.
For some time now, we’ve been taking time to inform our customers of the key concepts behind Making Tax Digital: Digital Tax Accounts, Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) and Quarterly Updates. The consultations not only help explain these plans but introduce some new ideas not previously imagined.
We’ve dissected the first of the six documents and here are our high-level findings…