FreeAgent and Exchequer team up to help freelancers and contractors stay on top of their finances
Cloud accountancy software provider FreeAgent has joined forces with one of the UK’s leading accounting specialists to help contractor and freelancer clients manage their business finances better.
FreeAgent has agreed a new partnership with Chester-based Exchequer Accountancy Services, which will see around 1,000 clients migrated onto FreeAgent’s multi-award winning cloud system.
It says the move will enable Exchequer to provide its clients with greater clarity over their day-to-day business finances, work more effectively with them and offer deeper insights into their accounts and tax affairs.
Ed Molyneux, CEO and co-founder of FreeAgent, said: “Exchequer is a pioneering leader in the contractor and freelancer accounting industry, so we’re very happy to be partnering with them. They are extremely forward-thinking and innovative when it comes to working with their clients, and it’s great that they view FreeAgent as a key part of their service going forward.”
“With digital tax on the horizon, accountancy practices are increasingly seeing the value in offering tools that enable better collaboration with clients and greater automation of basic accounting admin such as invoicing and banking.”
“Migrating more than a thousand customers across to FreeAgent is a clear indication that Exchequer recognises the benefits that we can offer to its business – and how our system will provide them with the best method of working with clients over their financial accounts.”
Jennifer Norris, operations manager at Exchequer Accountancy Services, said: “FreeAgent is a high quality system that is very intuitive to use, which makes it a great fit for our clients. They are able to easily manage their limited company invoicing and expenses easily through the software, which in turn enables us to provide deeper insights into their finances and help keep their businesses in good health.”
“We are looking forward to working closely with FreeAgent in the future.”