Relate Corporation Tax is the complete Irish tax management software. Fully optimised to function in conjunction with (Revenue Online Services) ROS, Relate Corporation Tax utilizes the ROS calculation engine through web services to calculate and submit company tax returns, this has allowed Relate to concentrate on tax management rather than calculation updating which ROS already provides.
Relate Corporation Tax can be used as a standalone product or integrates with Relate Accounts Production and DRIVE CRM & Practice Management for one centralised database.
Relate Corporation Tax automatically rolls over tax figures, year upon year so our clients can keep a steady record of their accounts without the hassle.
Dual columns display last year’s tax figures alongside current year’s inputs for easy cross referencing, allowing the user to easily define tax liable and missing information which is highlighted when updating the accounts.
Import last year’s CT1 ROS files automatically. This information is then stored in the Relate Tax Database, the user can then add any additional information required. The system will display the Form CT1 Calculation & return, electronically filing the CT1 and issue a notification date which will be displayed and held in the database
Relate Corporation Tax runs on Microsoft SQL and includes the most up to date encryption technologies. As it will handle any Increase in volume, Practices can be assured that this database can grow with them without having to change their database.
An improved print layout allows you to present your accounts in a clear professional looking format for your clients.
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