The future of Bookkeeping

Like any business, bookkeeping needs to adapt to a changing digital landscape. Technological advances are frequent and bookkeepers must adapt in order to be successful. Back in the day, the introduction of personal computers and digital data would have been life changing. Now, we’re moving from desktops to cloud storage. Software is becoming increasingly mobile optimised, with many apps aimed at business owners. More than ever, we have constant access to our business and data. New tech forces us to change the way we think and act in our work. The digital age is paperless, borderless, and connected. Long distance video communication is possible, breaking news is instant, and finances… Read More

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QuickBooks Online is not Reckon and Reckon is not QuickBooks Online.

Prior to 2014, in Australia, QuickBooks was a desktop accounting and bookkeeping program republished and distributed licensed by Reckon. Following the release of Intuit’s cloud bookkeeping software in Australia, Reckon’s QuickBooks desktop financial products were renamed Reckon Accounts Personal. Despite the change in name, there is still confusion between the two accounting programs. We’ve heard stories of individuals enrolling in what they thought was QuickBooks Online course only to discover it was in fact on Reckon Accounts instead. It’s for this reason why as a leading expert on QuickBooks Online we started running training sessions exclusively on QBO.

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