Press Release: January 29, 2010
An innovative accounting product offered by Devon-based accountants Simpkins Edwards has been given the ultimate industry accreditation.
Online accounting package Libertyse is based on the hugely popular Liberty Accounts, which has now been given accredited software status by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).
This accreditation will give our users complete confidence that Libertyse meets the rigorous demands that chartered accountants place on financial software, explained Adrian Hemmings, partner at Simpkins Edwards.
Local businesses who need more flexibility from their accounts package can manage their accounts securely through their web browser, at any time and anywhere. Any business can sign up, no matter whether they already have an accountant, bookkeeper or do their accounts themselves just like any other software product.
It is a massive advantage for entrepreneurs who wish to keep a close eye on their finances, or who work from remote offices. This is this sort of control that is essential in an economy where there is uncertainty and legislative change, and is perfect for a whole range of forward-thinking businesses.
The Libertyse software sits on a secure server, and is continuously updated to account for legislation and tax changes, avoiding hidden updating and purchase costs associated with software products which are loaded onto a PC. Libertyse, for example, has been automatically updated with the latest VAT changes and will allow you to file VAT returns seamlessly online.
Simpkins Edwards will also be on hand to advise users or to provide additional bookkeeping services if required. Because the accounts are online, Simpkins Edwards or the user can dip in and generate reports at any time.
A free demo version of the software is available at www.simpkinsedwards.co.uk.
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