Other software in the Daybook range includes:

This is designed to pull data from your SAGE accounting system and present the information in a management accounting report format. The solution works with any year end date e.g. March, June or December etc. By use of freely configurable reporting codes, you can group the accounts into any reporting format. The refreshing of the SAGE data, adding new reporting codes are all automated for you.

This is a spreadsheet designed to allow for business expenses and mileage to be recorded and used as part of a claim process or for simple record keeping. Each transaction claim is recorded as either expenses or mileage. The completed form is then approved using a passcode. The form may then be printed as a PDF, emailed or even used to export its data to another format for loading into an accounting system (freely configurable and automated). Approved forms cannot be modified for amounts but may either be reset back to unapproved to allow for changes and re-approval or indeed reset to be used over and over again. When the form is approved it is added to the history table so that it can be retrieved at a later date. If the however before creating a new form you subsequently un-approve the expenses then it will also be removed from the history.

Suitable for recording your petty cash expenditure using the imprest system. The imprest system is the one whereby an initial float is maintained by being re-imbursed with expenditure incurred from that float.

Receipts and payments is a method of accounting for just the cash and bank account records. It is not a double entry accounting system. It is simply an analysis of your cash and bank accounts. It is often accompanied by a Statement of Assets and Liabilities. This is just a statement of the assets held (such as the bank balances, any major assets e.g. fixtures and fittings or amounts owing by customers) and any liabilities (e.g. amounts owing to creditors, VAT to HMRC etc.) Where such receipts or payments are in the future, they obviously are not part of the Receipts and Payment Account nor can they be. This software allows you to record invoices raised or received but not yet settled as memoranda items and thus remains a Receipts and Payment accounts whilst allowing for the production of the Statement of Assets and Liabilities. Very suitable for charities permitted to use this method of accounting.

This is a fully unlocked spreadsheet designed by way of its accessible formulae to see how and why certain salary or dividends are optimal.

A simple spreadsheet to help you keep track of your rolling twelve-month income to identify whether you need to register for VAT. As well as the historic test it prompts you to do check your next thirty-day income too.

A spreadsheet designed to help you perform your partial exemption VAT calculation on a quarterly basis as well as performing the annual adjustment calculation.

A simple design spreadsheet to help calculate your income tax liability for the year. Includes your non savings income, savings income and dividend income. The calculator includes checking your personal allowance, providing for personal allowance transfers and extending the tax bands for gift aid or pension contribution.

A spreadsheet designed to take the hard work out of creating a budget. The budget is built from the ground up. This means you record the base data such as monthly incomes and expenditures by respective customer and suppliers, your payroll data and set up appropriate profiles. Profiles allow each element to vary in value and also to assign terms to customers and suppliers to establish cash flow items. This base data is used to generate full double entry transactions. Along the way journals can be created along with auto-generated prepayment and accruals and VAT accounting. The end result is a full transactional ledger of your budget. From this you can create your Profit and Loss Account and Balance Sheet and have the ability to use this to provide full variance analysis with your actuals.