This is an introduction to our accounting system for users that prefer an English guide.
Our accounting system is a cloud-based accounting solution, tailored to the needs of small businesses. You can invoice customers, do your accounting, pay bills, and pay salaries to employees. We also give you the tools you need for reporting to the relevant authorities on Value Added Tax (“Mva”), salary tax, and employer’s contribution (“AGA”).
Read the terms of service here
We will now send you an e-mail, which you will need to verify in order to finish creating your account. After verifying your e-mail, you will be asked to either create a test company (Prøv - Opprett et testfirma) or register your actual company (Registrer - Registrer selskapet ditt).
After you’ve created an user account and have a company registered, you can change the user language in the settings from Norwegian to English. See our step-by-step guide here.
All companies get a free trial period of 30 days!
Once the trial period has ended, activate your account in order to continue using our accounting system. This can be done from “My subscription” in the settings, which is also where you can add the optional modules for salary or projects.
We invoice for three months at a time and all prices are exclusive VAT.
You can find which features (functionality) we have either on our website here or directly in our accounting system under “Features”.
Our support team will happily help you with any feature or technical questions in our chat - in both English and Norwegian! You can find the chat on all our pages in the bottom right corner.
Do you need help from an accountant, we also offer to chat with an accountant directly in our chat. This service is provided by our good friends at Sum Regnskap AS (Authorized accountants). Ask in the chat for further details and pricing.
Enkelt, rimelig og bekymringsfritt regnskap for små bedrifter.
For kun 99,-/måned kan du fakturere dine kunder, holde regnskapet under kontroll, og rapportere det staten skal ha.Prøv gratis i 30 dager