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The Best Cloud Accounting Options for Your Tech Startup

Technology, Nov 27, 2013 3:05:00 AM



The accounting industry is finally moving forward with the times, and lucky for all you folks out there, it’s bringing some interesting changes with it as well., including some pretty cool accounting apps that will save you loads of time on the drudgery of your accounting.

Techvibes: Montreal's Xen Accounting Now Accepts Bitcoins as Form of Payment for Services

Press, Nov 14, 2013 7:22:33 AM

Xen Accounting announced this week that they will now be accepting Bitcoins as a form of payment for their accounting services.

PRESS RELEASE: Xen Accounting Inc. among First Professional Accounting Firms in North America to Accept Bitcoins as Payments

Press, Nov 13, 2013 5:10:03 AM

"Xen Accounting announced today that they will be accepting Bitcoins, a digital currency, as a form of payment for their accounting services. Having already set up an e-commerce website to accept credit card payments for their fixed-fee accounting packages, Xen Accounting will push their payment processing even further to now receive Bitcoin payments as well.

Bitcoins aren't money, at least according to the CRA

Tax tips & news, Nov 7, 2013 8:49:00 AM



Bitcoins are a hot topic these days. And I must admit, I’m starting to get really excited about them and their future. Bitcoins are a completely decentralized digital currency that can be sent through the internet. The transfer of bitcoins happens on a peer to peer basis and there is no bank or country that controls them other than a rather complex system called cryptography. It all just seems so futuristic.

How to read a balance sheet

Accounting guides, Nov 4, 2013 4:40:00 AM



Does glancing at your balance sheet look like a foreign language to you? Do you try to delve a bit deeper into the numbers you’re seeing only to end up frustrated? Do you generally hate numbers and don’t even have the patience to try and understand your balance sheet? Well, you’ve come to the right place. See below to find out how to read a balance sheet.

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