If you’re a business owner or executive sick and tired of learning (or hassling with) new accounting software, then you’ll want to hear this…
As an executive or owner, your entire business falls on your shoulders. Every success and every mistake is yours to bear. From payroll down to forecasting reports, it’s all on you.
This is why the most successful owners and executives focus on what they’re great at and delegate or outsource the rest to someone else. If you’re not already outsourcing, then you’re in the way of your company growing.
For example, if you’re attempting to fiddle with or get right your accounting software, you’re not growing your business. Instead, you’re working inside your business, not on it. This is a huge mistake from 7-figure business owners to 9-figure executives.
That’s why I want to share what to do with your accounting software instead of figuring it out on your own.
Stop Switching Accounting Softwares
Every time you switch to a new accounting software, you’re causing more issues than you’re solving.
How do I know?
I work with owners and executives with $200K – $75M+ in annual revenue over the last 15+ years. I’ve seen it all. And the biggest headache is switching accounting software. While most accounting software does offer the same services, products, features, and benefits, the switch slows down reporting, gums up book balancing, and puts a wedge between account reconciliation and future financial success.
The first step to making it easier for your accounting professional to help you out is to stop switching accounting software.
List What You Need from Your Accountant
One way you can choose the best accounting software for your business or company is to list what you need from your accountant.
P&Ls, forecasts, book reconciliation, and more need to be in front of you in regular intervals, but your preference on which financial statements you see and when matters more.
If you want to get spot-on, accurate reports weekly, then you’ll need flexible, agile accounting software that can facilitate your accountant to deliver such reports.
This list of what you need from your accountant on what intervals will help you and your accountant decide which software is best for you.
Commit to an accountant that’s an expert in all accounting software programs!
Your accountant need not be certified in your accounting software to effectively bring your books current, deliver reports, manage your financials, or help forecast financial success, but being an expert with each is essential.
What you should look for in an accountant instead is their experience with the software. Do they have clients in your chosen software right now? How many clients have they helped with your accounting software? Do they have examples of reports and statements pulled from your accounting software? Do they have government accounting software experience?
These are the types of things you want to dig into and see how the accountant responds. If you want to succeed in business, you’ll need more than an accountant to manage your finances with you.
You want experience specific to your situation and growth trajectory.
Let me bring your books current, deliver spot-on reports, and forecast your financial success!
I have 15+ years of experience, as the Top Rated Local® Expert Accountant, with owners and executives with $200K – $75M+ in annual revenue.
How Do I Outsource Accounting for a Third of the Cost?
If you want to outsource your accounting department, then let me manage your financial standing, reports, and forecasting for a third of the cost!
I deliver spot-on, accurate reports weekly, monthly, quarterly, or whenever you like.
I reconcile and bring books current – the very first time, so you can work on growing your company instead of struggling inside of it!
I forecast your financial future so you can grow your company toward financial success.