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Six Reasons You Should Think About Getting a New Accounting System
Accountants and business people overall are generally aware that whatever happens in the company must be reflected in the corresponding accounting books or

bookkeeping ledgers  altering practices in the bookkeeping and financial reporting systems, but not all of them are technically capable of performing similar changes. 4. Your system does not allow users to import and export data to or from Excel spreadsheets. This tells its own tale and does not require additional comments, except to say that this is a derivative effect of the US Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX). Import/export functionality is extremely important for accountants, but you would be surprised by how many software

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