Tips for more efficient preaccounting
Preaccounting [pri–uh-koun-ting] (noun)
The system through which financial data is gathered, coded, aggregated, and normalized so as to enable accounting to occur; accounting processes executed by non-accountants, including expense management, time tracking, etc.
Inefficiencies in the preaccounting process – which occurs before the real accounting begins – take precious time away from you and your clients.
We’ve compiled some high-level tips, tricks, and pointers with our preferred partner Expensify to guide you on your journey toward a more efficient workflow."
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