As a business owner, you need to understand the impact cloud accounting can have on your business. The time saving, ease of use, and the information available at your fingertips to help you make informed business decisions.
Accounting Made Easy? Yes, it is possible now using cutting edge technology which minimizes the data entry time.
Are you looking for an easier way to manage the finances of your business?
Are you in business and would like to save up to 75% of the time you currently spend on keeping your accounting records?
Cloud accounting technology can significantly reduce the data entry and bookkeeping time for most businesses.
One of the main reasons that businesses fail is the lack of accounting information available on a day to day basis.
Business owners often go for months without any idea of whether they are making a profit or not and sometimes only find out when the accountant has completed the tax returns after the end of the year. Managing a business of any size without accurate timely reporting is a recipe for disaster.
Businesses using cloud accounting systems are able to see their reporting results on a daily, weekly and monthly basis and consequently can see exactly how the business is performing and make appropriate decisions when changes need to be made.
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As a business owner, you need to understand the impact cloud accounting can have on your business. Cloud accounting technology can significantly reduce the data entry and bookkeeping time for most businesses and those using cloud accounting systems are able to see their reporting results on a daily, weekly and monthly basis to allow for better decision making. Find out how to get the most out of your business technology.
The revealing book includes chapters on:
The problems of desktop software
The benefits of cloud accounting systems
The different systems available
The benefits of integration
The 17 questions you must ask
The reports every business owner should be reviewing
"I would recommend this book to accountants and students of accounting, with regard to the implications for change in their profession; and to small business owners, with regard to their new options for generating and — more importantly — using accounting information."
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