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Why accountants should have a social media presence

If you’re sceptical about the significance of having a social media presence for your accounting practice, you’re not alone. Doing business and being social are somewhat contradictory, aren’t they? However, research shows that clients will choose a business they know

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The benefits of online vs desktop

2020 has forced businesses to embrace the power of the pivot and adapt to the changing business landscape. Technological advances have presented a lifeline for many industries, especially during the pandemic, and the accounting sector is no different. According to

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Accountants need to embrace five new trends

Accountants are reinventing themselves. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated this process of renewal, convincing even the most traditional-style accountants that the time to adapt is now and it is more urgent than ever before. Head of services at EasyBiz Technologies,

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Your business needs an accountant

This is the primary reason why you have to hire a professional accountant to look after everything that surrounds the business’ financial environment – accounts, ledgers, the cash-books, daily transactions, and expenses. Having a professional account to manage your finances

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Seven Trends That Accountants Are Embracing

Accountants are reinventing themselves. The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated this process of renewal, convincing even the most traditional-style accountants that the time to adapt is now and it’s more urgent than ever before. Head of Services at EasyBiz Technologies, Bridget

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