Foxley Kingham, Luton-based chartered accountants and business advisers, has launched FoxKash, a new independent service designed to provide expert online book keeping support to its clients.
The new service is a response to the growing demand from local businesses to access real time accounting data about their business finances and performance in advance of the Government’s Making Tax Digital requirements which come into effect in April 2019.
FoxKash offers online book keeping software with the ability to access real-time data from any internet connected device. The service offers a live and up to date view of all book keeping data including current balances, monies owing from clients and owed to suppliers and VAT liabilities. It enables businesses to manage customer and supplier invoices, can link to online banking and has the ability to submit VAT returns directly from the software. Powerful online dashboards provide clear reporting on business performance.
Helen Spokes, Account Manager, FoxKash, commented:
“More and more businesses are seeing the benefits of online accounting not least to provide a simplified way of ensuring that your business is compliant with Government regulation. In addition to being a cost-effective tool, it provides clarity and flexibility, as well as many exciting new features that can improve cash flow and efficiency. We’re already seeing interest from our existing clients, and have a dedicated team to help them both with the move online and taking full advantage of what the software can offer.”
Foxley Kingham offers advice on a wide range of financial matters and is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. The company has built up specialisms in a number of sectors, including charities and not-for-profit organisations, GP practices, other professional practices, property and construction, and manufacturing and engineering.