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New to payroll, what software is easiest to use. The one the one being used at the moment linked to Quick books



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I have always found Moneysoft to the best payroll software. If you do a search on the forum you'll find lots of previous conversations on this subject.

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Yep Moneysoft for me as well. Brightpay is liked by a lot of people as well, but I consider it too expensive. It does however, have a much better interface and a few more bells and whistles.

Moneysoft, although it looks basic, has a lot under the hood and has stood me well for the past 9/10 years.

PS: I'm not implying 12pay isn't good software now. I also use Taxfiler, which was taken over by the same conglomerate, and so far it's still a decent product.



-- Edited by Leger on Tuesday 19th of January 2021 10:52:23 AM

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Also, lets not forget 12pay which is the one that I use... Not much as I only run my own payroll but I find it easy, robust and with all the functions that I need.

Most of these come with free trials so instal all of them and see which one you like.

Shaun.

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Shamus wrote:

Also, lets not forget 12pay....


*Cough* that's a 4 letter word beginning with I Shaunbiggrin

Not used it for years, but was a good product when Tom had it. Only changed because CIS was a bolt on you had to pay for whereas it was included in Moneysoft.

PS: I'm not suggesting 12pay isn't a good product still. I also use Taxfiler, which was taken over 3 years ago by the same conglomerate, and I've no complaints so far (even with the price hikes!!)



-- Edited by Leger on Tuesday 19th of January 2021 10:55:39 AM

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Another vote from me for Moneysoft



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Thank you



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Another vote for Moneysoft, great piece of software!

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Another vote for Moneysoft here, indeed very complete package. Brightpay is great too with a very nice and more modern user interface.
Are you using QuickBooks online or desktop? If online you could opt for their payroll add-on to streamline things.


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