How to Get the Most Out of Intuit’s QuickBooks Online (Sponsored)
CPAs know how time consuming it can be for themselves and their clients when they have to request additional information to prepare their clients’ taxes. In this informative video, Bryce Forney, CPA, explains how using Intuit’s cloud-based QuickBooks Online Accountant helps him to meet customers’ needs anytime, anywhere. By storing all the important information in the cloud, Bryce can call up the data he needs, whether it’s the middle of tax season or a client has a tax-related question in the middle of the summer.
The next video features another CPA, Stacy Kildal, who gives her number one tip for acquiring new clients using QuickBooks Online: Certification. Getting listed at findaproadvisor.com through certification can help potential clients find you, and establishes you as a CPA who has a mastery of the QuickBooks Online platform.
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