Honestly, I do not purchase many books. I typically read articles and blogs over the internet to gain information. So why did I purchase this book about Xero through Amazon? I wanted to see if there were any tips that I could use to my advantage running a cloud bookkeeping practice as a Xero partner.
I like to listen to podcasts involving leaders in cloud accounting. Since Xero was and still is really popular in Australia and New Zealand I like listening to what people in their accounting industry have to say about current trends. I had originally heard about this book via a podcast called â€œCloud Storiesâ€ hosted by Heather Smith, an Australian accountant and the author of this book.
Amazon provided the table of contents of the book which made my decision to buy the book a lot easier. I realized at this point that book was modular and there were sections that could definitely help me. The fact that I can pick up the book anytime to research something I may be struggling with is great. Xero does have a great help center but the extra reference from a different perspective is refreshing.
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