Podcast Episode #80
Meryl is a Chartered Accountant who worked in commercial accounting roles and as an auditor and lecturer before a friend and fellow entrepreneur playfully challenged her to redefine the future of bookkeeping. Seven days and a thousand dollars later, Bean Ninjas was born and has since gone from strength-to-strength.
You can follow Meryl on the Bean Ninjas podcast and blog where she shares her ideas about entrepreneurship, surfing and building a thriving global business that supports the freedom of its founders, staff and clients.
Gain Business Financial Control
Step 1: Implement a cloud-based accounting system.
Step 2: Create your business bank accounts.
Step 3: Have a look at your chart of accounts.
Step 4: Establish your bookkeeping timetable.
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