Xero: A Guide for Accountants and Bookkeepers
(as of May 21,2023 00:45:12 UTC – Details)
Xero: A Guide for Accountants and Bookkeepers is a comprehensive manual aimed at Xero’s US-based advisors. This book aims to provide guidance to help professional advisors take full advantage of Xero, an accounting and bookkeeping software that is gaining popularity as a viable alternative to its competitors due to its rapid adoption of cloud technology by businesses.
This guide covers all features available in the Established subscription plan of Xero and walks you through the technical details of how to make the most of everything Xero has to offer. Aside from introducing the basics of using Xero, the author, Amanda Aguillard, also provides best practices to help streamline bookkeeping workflows and leverage this platform. By connecting accounting theory and the Xero interface and features, you gain a better understanding of your Xero use.
Xero: A Guide for Accountants and Bookkeepers also teaches you how to integrate Xero with other cloud-based software for seamless operation. The companion website includes templates for reports, invoices, bills with payments, and more, making it your one-stop-shop for becoming completely fluent in Xero’s features and functionalities.
- Master Xero’s interface and features—specifically for the US version of the software
- Learn how to integrate Xero with other cloud-based software
- Discover best practices that can help you maximize the value you get from using Xero
- Access the companion website, packed with templates for reports, invoices, bills with payments, and more
Xero: A Guide for Accountants and Bookkeepers is published by Wiley, available in its US edition. This English language paperback is 448 pages, has an ISBN-10 of 1119759226 and an ISBN-13 of 978-1119759225. It weighs 1.4 pounds, and its dimensions are 7.3 x 0.7 x 9 inches.