Self-Assessment eSignatures - Now Live!

Self-Assessment eSignatures - Now Live!

By popular demand, self-assessment eSignatures are now live!

This functionality allows you to request and obtain approval seamlessly without having to leave the Nomisma platform. It will:
  1. Send an email containing eSigning links, within just a few clicks
  2. Update the workflow status to 'Sent for Approval'
  3. Your client will be able to sign their tax return from their email, on desktop or mobile, without having to log in to Nomisma
  4. Once signed, the tax return's status in Nomisma will update to 'Approved'
Here's a short video of the new feature in action:

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