Posted Friday 23 Oct 2015

Moneypenny has announced a new initiative tailored to first-time and low budget filmmakers.

After fifteen years of a shared location, website and direction Moneypenny Production Accounting Services and its namesake, Moneypenny Business & Taxation Services, is formally separating. Business and Tax will now have a new brand focus and distinctive approach, headed by Jacqui Crouch and Ben Fletcher, known as Generate.

Moneypenny Production Accounting Services will continue to provide a full range of financial management services to the film, TV, theatre and event industries. Moneypenny and Generate will also continue to share Building 19 at Fox Studios and remain a one-stop-shop in providing both integrated and complimentary services to the mutual benefit of our clients."

Moneypenny is also launching a new Micro Accounting Package (MAP), a specific and affordable plan tailored to first-time and low budget filmmakers, MAP is a combination of software, accounting services and specialist advice that is designed to provide production support and experience.

The Digital Production Manager (DPM) is also new to Moneypenny's to software suite, which includes the Digital Purchase Order and Digital Start Form. Extras such as Digital Petty Cash and Digital Contract are currently in development. These solutions promise to help MAP user as well as deliver enhanced efficiencies to projects with high-end budgets.

The Micro Accounting Package aims to provide industry newcomers, working with limited resources, with a road MAP that will help them to achieve optimal screen value as well as establishing a skills set that will benefit their long term career.

The full suite of Moneypenny financial services is comprised of:

� Production Accounting Services
� Payroll
� Rebate Facilitation
� Software Solutions - mydaEs (my digital accounting entertainment solutions)
� Training
� Micro Accounting Package (MAP).

For further information regarding MAP, please go to:

ENQUIRIES:         Jane Corden, m. 0417 047 164