Accounting can be a confusing subject, even when you have nice simple online accounting software to help you out. Why are my debtors ageing? Is a credit note like a Doctor’s note? And what the hell is a CT41G?

To give you the answers to all these questions and more, we’ve put together a “Crunch 101” online session, and we’re holding the first one this Friday at 1pm. We expect it to last about 30 minutes, and the session will be presented by our Training Coordinator Andy. We encourage all new Crunch users to give it a go!

The session will be particularly useful for people who have never used accounting systems (online or otherwise) before, and are worried the world will come crashing down around them if they record an incorrect expense (spoiler: it won’t).

In the session Andy will be covering:

– Creating suppliers

– Invoicing

– Credit notes

– Expenses

– Bank Reconciliation

– Paying yourself

– VAT returns


There will also be a Q&A session at the end for any pressing questions you may have. Andy won’t be able to answer company-specific questions, but any queries left unanswered in the session will be dealt with by your Account Manager afterwards.

We’re also putting together a session especially for existing limited companies focusing on how to migrate company data to Crunch – more information on that soon, too.

We want these sessions to be as useful as possible to new clients – and that includes hosting them at a convenient time. We’re entirely flexible, so if Friday at 1pm is no good for you let us know, and we’ll try to find a time that suits everybody.

We’ll be sending an email to all new clients with details of how to join the session on Friday. If you would like to attend you can register here and don’t forget to keep an eye on our Twitter feed for more details.