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Moneysoft covid furlough scheme - CJRS


Hats off to Moneysoft, pulled it out of the bag with their update to the CJRS scheme. After having to pull the first launch due to the 11th hour (on a Friday night) changes to the scheme by HMRC, they have really worked on this.

Instructions look lengthy, but actuall very simple to follow. Will also do the calculations, rather than using the HMRC site (and dont bounce you out if you wander off for 15 minutes).

Impressed. This piece of kit always has been. Its a little bit like VT - might look a bit dated, but underneath works a treat.



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Morning Joanne

I have just swapped over to Moneysoft after using the HMRC basic tools for the past year, I can not believe the difference and how I stuck with that rubbish for so long, still only getting used to it but seems a great bit of kit for what they charge.



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It was a good bit of kit when it was first launced, you could produce full payroll for up to 50 staff and it was fully supported. They even ran free courses for it. Its not even that long ago when that happened!

Glad you have seen the lightwinkbiggrin



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You should check out answers with reference to the legal position

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