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Why add-on solutions are the heart of your accountancy firm

The latest from Accountex 2016: Add-on tools are increasingly defining the shape of accountancy firm systems. Find out how cloud-based add-ons are now becoming staple tools for the accountant.

How accounting firms can eliminate debtors

Mark Wickersham FCA, the author of 'Effective Pricing for Accountants', shows how accounting firms can make the transition from being paid in arrears to be paid upfront.

5 fundamentals of value pricing for accountants: free e-Guide

Value pricing is transforming the way many accounting firms are now pricing their services. The challenge is, it isn’t easy. In this free e-Guide written by Mark Wickersham FCA, discover the 5 most important fundamentals of value pricing.

Direct Debit for the Food & Drink Sector

There’s been a revolution in the hospitality sector. GoCardless has helped food and drink businesses like Bookatable and Zenchef to transform their cashflow. Here’s how.

Direct Debit: from low tech to digital

Last year was another record breaking year for Direct Debit in the UK. Find out how flexible Direct Debit solutions have opened up the system to businesses of all sizes.

How FinTech can help accountants & business advisers: free e-Guide

Have you ever stopped to think how software could improve your accountancy practice? Our free e-Guide discusses how FinTech add-ons can help your practice become efficient.

Bacs TLS and SHA-2 Security Updates

The deadline for updating your software to support TLS and SHA-2 is getting closer. Find out what you need to do before the 13th June to continue using Bacstel-IP and the Payment Services website.

10 important questions to ask your Direct Debit provider

Are you using Direct Debit as a fast, efficient, low-cost method to collect regular fees, subscriptions or one-off payments from your customers?

How to get paid on time

Do you find yourself out of pocket because your customers don't pay you on time? You're not alone – this is a problem that affects over half of Britain’s small businesses.

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