So you want to check out the top 8 accounting of websites of 2015 ay? Well, you’ve come to the right place.
(If you are wondering why I am listing 8 websites, the answer is: 9 websites is obviously too many, and 7, well, 7 is just not enough.)
Find all your accounting news, business information, and tax education here in our top 8 accounting websites of 2015…
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Do you hate going through bookmarks to find your most used accounting websites? See most of ‘em on one page with the handy dandy homepage by iAccountants. This web resource of Canadian accounting professionals has all the links to big accounting, rule-filled websites on one page. Amazing.
Accounting Today is a leading provider of online business news for the tax and accounting community offering breaking news and in-depth features. Its site features a daily newswire with up-to-the-minute reporting, daily columns with insight and wit from its editors, and podcasts with interviews with leaders in the accounting profession. What else could you need?
The Economist is amazing in itself as it covers everything from economics (i.e. How Europe got rich because they were able to digest milk) to the questions you never thought you would ask (i.e. Why are Japanese Sumo Wrestlers no longer no. 1 in competitions?). It also covers accounting news in its unique style which may make you think differently about accounting and business.
Bloomberg BNA is your no-nonsense resource for legal, tax, regulatory, and business information news for professionals. It has a network of more than 2,500 reporters, correspondents, and leading practitioners giving you the straight up facts about what’s going on in business.
Freshbooks is awesome. Its made an attractively designed resource page to help you breeze through tax time. If that’s not enough, its also added a little humour to tax season by making a Songza playlists to motivate you while doing your taxes. (I am currently listening to Eye of the Tiger by Survivor, and I’m not gonna lie, I feel like a champion.)
Sleeter is a blog that aggregates news from a variety of the biggest cloud accounting software such as Sage, Xero and Quickbooks. It also provides technical information on accounting solutions for small-to-medium sized businesses and the accountants who support them.
PaySavvy is a stress-free, cloud-based payroll, HR and time and attendance software. It has a rockin’ blog which features overall employee management and tax tips. One of my fave aspects of PaySavvy’s blog is that it uses a sprinkling of images throughout its blog posts to keep readers engaged and gives them a taste of what it would be like to work with PaySavvy.
Well, now that you’ve made it through the top 8 accounting websites of 2015, how do you feel?
Perhaps you are wondering why Japanese Sumo Wrestlers are no longer no. 1 in competitions, or maybe you would like to discuss your accounting dilemmas with us.