The idea of online accounting software is clearly not welcomed by some accountants who see it as a threat to the money they make from tax returns. Often it’s the fear that holds accountants back from exploring how online accounting can change their business. In the US this feels like the prevailing position, while in other parts of the world, especially Australia and New Zealand, accountants are forging ahead. It’s true that accountants who have embraced online accounting are making less from tax returns and compliance. But they are making much more money by selling more interesting consulting work. No…
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