USING OUR WEBSITE
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Use of this website constitutes your acceptance of these terms and conditions, which take effect immediately on your first use of the website.
1 Accounts Online Ltd reserves the right to change these terms and conditions at any time by posting changes online.
1 Accounts Online Ltd is not responsible or liable for the content of any external websites linked to from this site.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT ON OUR WEBSITE
This Policy explains how 1 Accounts Online Ltd uses information we collect and how you can limit our use of that data.
• We do not collect personal information ie. Name or Address by automated methods. If you choose to supply us with your name and email address to make an enquiry, we will use this data to follow up your request for information.
• We do collect information (that does not identify you) to evaluate our site and ensure that it performs appropriately.
• keep track of your browsing patterns and to build up a profile of how users use the website.
• make our website work as efficiently as possible.
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Our Full Privacy Notice
At 1 Accounts Online Limited we are entrusted with a large amount of personal data to store for our clients. It Is important to us that our client’s data is kept safe under our protection. HMRC guidelines state that by law we must store any data that relates to our client’s accounts for 6 years. After 6 years it is our obligation to delete any data relating to that client. For new and existing clients, once a proposal is signed, 1 Accounts are given permission to store any personal data that is required to complete the relevant work. All our software is in the cloud and so each piece of software is GDPR compliant. Please read the rest of the document for more information, if you have any questions please email [email protected] or phone 01440 844986.
What information do we collect?
At 1 Accounts we collect a variety of data. When a Client signs our proposal, this gives us permission to store any neccessery data. Information is requested via an encrypted form, using Jot Form. Any additional information is then requested via encrypetd email, using Karbon.
Listed below is the data we always request:
Date Of Birth
Registered Office Address
Trading Start Date
VAT Number (if applicable)
Government Gateway Username and Password.
PAYE Reference (If applicable)
Account Number and Sort Code
A utility bill
A copy of passport
How do we use personal information?
1 Accounts use personal information for a variety of different reasons. Please see the most common reasons below:
Account set up and administration
Delivering marketing and events communication.
Internal research and development purposes
Internal work flow purposes
Providing relevant services
Meeting internal audit requirements
What legal basis do we have for processing your personal data?
As an accounting practice we have the legal obligation to store any data that helped us complete our clients accounts. This must be stored for a minimum of 6 years. No data will be stored if we do not have a signed proposal. If a client terminates their contract and wishes for their data to be removed, legally we cannot remove any data that relates to their accounts. This data will remained stored on Karbon, Tax Calc, Practice Ignition, HMRC & Companies House.
When do we share personal data?
1 Accounts Online Limited always treat personal data confidentially. Please see listed below the companies below that we may have to share your personal information with:
HMRC – To file accounts etc.
Companies House – To register companies
The Police – For any legal obligations
A specific mortgage provider – If applying for a mortgage
Sage One – To set up an account
Xero – To set up an account.
All these companies use either secure online portals or postal services to ensure the data is handled in the most secure way possible.
Where do we store and process personal data?
The majority of 1 Accounts Online Limited’s data is stored online, however we have the following procedures in place for storing personal data within the office.
- Confidential post and/or hard copies of information is scanned and filed on Onedrive. This is then put in our confidential waste bin.
- Confidential waste is inserted into a allocated bin. This is then taken via Doxbond to be shredded and disposed of.
- If un-maned the office is locked.
- In the case of having to store a physical document, this is stored and locked in a drawer or cupboard. All of which have their own keys and locks.
- Each member of staff has their own Surface Book pro. These are protected via facial recognition and taken home over night.
Each member of staff has their own iPhone (models vary). These are all protected via finger print and passwords. These are taken home over night.
How do we secure personal data?
How long do we keep your personal data for?
We legally have to store any data relating to our clients accounts for a minimum of 6 years. From the point of termination we will delete any data that was for internal use only. Then we must keep any data that helped us completed the job required for 6 years. After 6 years a notification will be sent and all data removed from karbon, Onedrive & Tax Calc We cannot remove data from HMRC or Companies house.
Your rights in relation to personal data
Under GDPR you have the right to control your data. You have the right to:
Access any personal information if requested.
Restrict us to use any personal information.
Register a complaint with the Information Commissioners Office.