Author(s): Heather Smith; Rod Drury (Foreword by)
Take your books to the cloud with the ultimate guide to Xero
Xero For Dummies is your one-stop resource for working with this revolutionary accounting software. Whether you're brand new to Xero or converting from another program, you'll get up and running in a flash; if you're already using Xero, this book will show you how to take advantage of the software's full functionality. Easy to use and deceptively powerful, Xero is so much more than a spreadsheet &ndash it can help you streamline reporting; manage inventory; simplify accounts; and organise suppliers, customers and more. Automatic imports, intuitive coding and seamless synching across multiple business platforms gets the paperwork done quickly so you can get back to running your business. This new third edition includes coverage of the newest features, including updates on payroll, purchase orders, reporting and inventory so you can optimise your system to help your business thrive.
Xero's cloud-based single-ledger accounting system is user-friendly and efficient, but expert guidance will help you get the absolute most out of the software's features and functionality. This book shows you every nook and cranny, with screenshots and best practices, so you can let Xero handle the books while you focus on running your business.
You didn't start your business in order to become an accountant, but bookkeeping is critically important to the short- and long-term health of your company. Xero simplifies the process and saves you time, and Xero For Dummies helps you leverage every feature Xero has to offer.
In addition to the book, visit www.dummies.com/go/xerofd3e for an online-only appendix you can download for free, which gives you all the info you need to master your payrun.
Heather Smith is an accounting consultant who specialises in management report development, data detox, and cloud suitability scoping services. Heather remotely assists global businesses advising on process automation and maximising integrated data opportunities. A business and tech writer, Heather hosts the popular Cloud Stories podcast. She is an advisory board member for many dynamic businesses.