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greetings to all
I looked at Quick Books prices. I could not believe my eyes. very expensive.

How many clients should a bookkeeping person work with to earn £ 2000 a month? 

How much tax should a bookkeeping person pay 2400 pounds annually?

Can't bookkeeping be done if only excell is used?

Can't we use accounting software that is used in a country other than the UK and is very cheap?



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Hi, welcome to the forum, I have tried to provide answers to your questions below
karakecili wrote:

 


greetings to all
I looked at Quick Books prices. I could not believe my eyes. very expensive.

How many clients should a bookkeeping person work with to earn £ 2000 a month? No way of answering that one, could be one really good client or 500 really small clients

How much tax should a bookkeeping person pay 2400 pounds annually? Not sure I understand the question there

Can't bookkeeping be done if only excell is used?  Yes you can use excel, although if you are bookkeeping in respect of VAT you need to consider how you will submit MTD returns

Can't we use accounting software that is used in a country other than the UK and is very cheap? Yes, theoretically, although again you need to consider if it is compatible with HMRC re MTD


 



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thank you Jenny
So who are the potential customers of a bookkeeping person?
what is your average monthly income?

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karakecili wrote:


So who are the potential customers of a bookkeeping person?       Anyone who needs a bookkeeper
what is your average monthly income?                                        £60k


 GDPR.

 



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karakecili wrote:

thank you Jenny
So who are the potential customers of a bookkeeping person?  People who need a bookkeeper, if you don't know this bit then you're not really ready to be looking at this as a business
what is your average monthly income?  None of your business tbh


 



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I wish you could think that I was asking a research question about UK accounting firms from another country.



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I did.But daft research questions deserve daft responses.fail to prepare, prepare to fail.

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No wrote:

I did.But daft research questions deserve daft responses.fail to prepare, prepare to fail.


Indeed, I smell veis in the air



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Fear not. Been watching it John but just seeing how it developed.

To be honest it doesn't seem to be a thread of any use to anyone including the poster so they really needs to get their line of questions on track soon or risk losing their ability to ask questions at all.

Shaun.

p.s. enjoyed the end of year jokes matey. Nice one.

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Leger wrote:
No wrote:

I did.But daft research questions deserve daft responses.fail to prepare, prepare to fail.


Indeed, I smell veis in the air


 Veis??



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BudgetB wrote:
Leger wrote:
No wrote:

I did.But daft research questions deserve daft responses.fail to prepare, prepare to fail.


Indeed, I smell veis in the air


 Veis??


 Hi Jenny,

This came about a few years ago when there seemed to be spam posts nearly every day, i think it was Vince who came up with VEIS (Very Easily Identifiable Spam) and all we used to do was reply to the posts saying VEIS.  



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Ahhhh I see!



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It was a play on the term VIES.



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