KashFlow was established in the UK in 2005. It’s aimed squarely at the very smallest businesses and freelancers, and sells itself on its ease of use.
The platform is advertised as an ‘end-to-end’ solution, allowing users to raise invoices, track expenses, and then go through the entire accounting process all the way to submitting returns directly to HMRC. You can also invite your accountant to join your KashFlow installation, but it’s worth remembering that there appear to be fewer accountants trained in this software than in some of its competitors, such as Xero.
Given that it’s marketed in great part at freelancers, it’s surprising that KashFlow doesn’t include a time tracking function. Other than that (plus cashflow forecasting, which is absent from most of its competitors too), KashFlow is a fully-functioning piece of accounting software, including multi-currency and payroll integrations.
Finally, it’s worth noting that KashFlow integrates with a number of other packages offered by the same brand, including an HR platform. Read more about [HR software for small businesses].
KashFlow plans start at £8 per month, and support is available by email and live chat.
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