Vantage Portal Accountancy Software

Say hello to your new Accountancy Portal

Vantage are delighted to confirm the launch of our new Accountancy Portal.

At Vantage we have invested heavily in our software platforms and this launch marks the beginning of a series of technological releases that will revolutionise the way in which our accountancy clients administer their Tax Fee Protection Insurance schemes.

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The Scheme Portal will initially allow clients access to their Advantage Benefits in one place, including viewing Tolleys Topical Tax Update Webinars and the bi-monthly publication ‘HMRC Enquiries, Investigations and Powers’, with the functionality below following shortly afterwards:

  • Our new Claims portal – that will allow you to make, view and manage your claims
  • Premium portal – through which you will be able to manage your client lists and make premium declarations
  • Vantage Webshop – through which your clients will be able to purchase the insurance on-line
  • Documentation – you will be able to view all documentation connected to your scheme in one place, including your Policy and marketing documents
  • Access to all of your AddVantage benefits.

  
The above represents a significant enhancement to our already market leading service, setting us further apart from the rest of the market.

Clients will shortly receive log on details to the new Vantage Portal, and our staff will be on hand to assist with any questions you may have, so please watch this space…


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