When you are using Sage50c or Xero, and you are doing something that you don't need to do every day, where do you go for help? It's hard to remember those one-off tasks like creating one invoice from multiple purchase orders in Xero, or setting up new recurring entries in Sage50c as they are not things you need to do every day ...
Check out my youtube channel for my latest bookkeeping walkthrough videos!
Wouldn't it be handy to be able to watch a quick walkthrough video to show you what to do and where to click? Especially if they include a handy explanation of where you need to go in the software, and maybe learn other useful tricks and tips at the same time.
"This is why I have started to create my new walkthrough videos in Microsoft Teams!"
I am adding them to my YouTube Channel too. Apart from a selection of my latest videos, you can also see the video versions of my recently released podcasts with bookkeeping tips.
If there are simple tasks in Sage50 or Xero that you often get stuck on then please let me know and I can add them to my library of walkthrough step-by-step videos. Above is an example of one that was suggested by a client.
Until next time ...
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Alison loves bookkeeping and supporting bookkeepers. She has been helping clients to be better bookkeepers in Sage 50 for over 24 years and has been Xero Accredited in accounts and payroll for a number of years too.
She specialises in a very unique hand-holding method of training, helping bookkeepers and business owners to use their accounts software as and when they need support in setting up and producing their invoices, reports and financial information.
Alison combines her role at Silicon Bullet with her Forever Living network marketing businesses and is often to be seen at business networking meetings as she likes to keep busy.
You know what they say: if you want something done well ask a busy person!
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