Powerful and versatile cloud accounting software with payroll from Liberty Accounts
Designed for UK business with specialised support for not-for-profits. Counted on since 2003
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Our customers are saying...
“ The software gets improved all the time, and best is that the changes are not confusing users at all! Despite being more and more advanced, Liberty remains very user friendly. ”
“ @Liberty Accounts Thanks for your support and excellent customer service in getting our accounts successfully set up @hullmedicalsoc ”
“ Liberty Accounts is a very user-friendly software backed up by an approachable and patient customer liaison team. I would have no hesitation recommending you to anyone. ”
“ Many thanks for the quick response. And also for making what I thought was complex seem simple... it’s genuinely appreciated the support you give to me and our clients. ”
“ I remain as pleased with Liberty today as I was the first time I used it in 2008. The product has gone from strength to strength over that time. ”
“ Liberty Accounts provides us with accurate, real-time reporting on income, expenses and budgets whilst reducing our administration and management times. ”
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COVID-19: free service extended
In March 2020, because of the COVID-19 situation and recognition that not-for-profit funding raising will be particularly hit, Liberty Accounts announced the pausing of charges to not-for-profit organisations for two months.
The right tool for the job
Charities face the same regulatory pressures as commercial organisations but, in addition, must also deal with complex sector-specific reporting requirements intended to demonstrate good stewardship to supporters and regulators alike.
From 6th April 2016 the Dividend Tax Credit will be replaced by a new, tax-free, Dividend Allowance. The new Dividend Allowance means that you won't have to pay tax on the first £5,000 of your dividend income.