Whiting & Partners Now Xero Platinum Champion Partner

4th June 2018


We are very proud to announce that on 23 May 2018 we achieved Xero Platinum Champion Partner status, joining a select group of 80 other firms Nationwide.  The hard work of all Partners and Staff in reaching this milestone is a credit to each individual and the Firm as a whole.

Many of our clients both established and new are adopting Xero Accounts as their chosen solution to the requirements of Making Tax Digital, with digital record keeping and VAT being the first legal requirements as of 1 April 2019. Xero Accounts will be continually updated as MTD moves forward and regulation expands to include Taxation with quarterly trading updates, possibly as soon as 2020 for some businesses.

Xero is a modern, cloud based accounting solution for small and medium sized businesses and features a friendly user interface, bank feeds for simplified cash book recording, many automated features that save time and drive efficiency.

So congratulations to everyone at Whiting & Partners for this great success.  And a huge thank you to our valued clients who are adopting new software and new ways of working to meet the challenges of changing legislative requirements.



 
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