As well as being a strategic partner for Kashflow, we also support a significant number of our clients who use FreeAgent. FreeAgent is an award-winning accounting system specifically designed to meet the needs of small businesses and freelancers. It is a great business tool and is helping lots of clients make the move to digital record keeping; which has in turn helped them meet the demands of Making Tax Digital, with minimal disruption or cost.
In the midst of the Coronavirus pandemic, lots of small businesses, self-employed and freelancers will be looking for ways to reduce their overheads and take tighter control of their finances. FreeAgent is one tool that can help and right now there are a number of offers available to make this an even more cost effective solution.
Free for NatWest and RBS business banking customers
If you bank with NatWest or the Royal Bank of Scotland then FreeAgent is available to you free of charge. If you are an existing RBS or NatWest client and have not yet taken advantage of the option to use FreeAgent, speak to your account team at your bank to find out how you can access your free copy.
Free with the new Mettle account
Mettle is the new business bank account from the NatWest Group and is designed specifically for sole-traders and businesses with up to two owners. To get FreeAgent for free, all you have to do is make at least one transaction a month from your Mettle account. If you don’t make one transaction a month, or if your Mettle account is closed and you continue to use FreeAgent then the FreeAgent fees will apply.
50% off for first 6 months
If you are not an RBS, NatWest or Mettle business banking customer, then you can still get 50% off your subscription for the first 6 months. If you have not used or registered a FreeAgent account then you can currently set up an entirely new account and enjoy a reduced fee. This means that sole traders pay just £9.50 / month, LLPs or Partnerships £12 / month and Limited Companies £14.50 / month. Visit the FreeAgent site today to register and claim the reduced subscription.