There are three technological innovations that are blindsiding some accountants who earned their degrees years ago. In the future, accounting professionals who are trained in these technologies will have an edge over bookkeepers and accountants who only understand the traditional methods. If you're a bookkeeper or accountant, or an executive or entrepreneur who works with either bookkeepers or accountants, these are the three transformational technologies you need to familiarise yourself with.
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