Arthur Online is now working with accountants and bookkeepers throughout the U.K. to offer Arthur accredited accounting services.
Property financials are often confusing, complicated and can take a lot of time to get right. That is one of the reasons that we decided to integrate with Xero; with both systems talking to each other, life becomes a lot easier. However, if you have no experience of accounting this can still be a daunting task, especially with larger portfolio’s. Or, maybe you would rather spend time working on other aspects of your business. That is why Arthur is happy to announce that we now offer an accreditation course for accountants and bookkeepers.
Arthur accredited accounting service providers have to complete training and reach a minimum standard before being rewarded the title. This will ensure that any customer whom should use them, will be assured they know what they are doing.
Rochelle Trup, Financial Director of Arthur comments: “Property financials are often confusing, complicated and can take a lot of time to get right. That is one of the reasons that we decided to integrate with Xero, with both systems talking to each other, making the accounting side of property management much easier.
“The integration is a ‘best of breed’ approach to ensure powerful and comprehensive accounting, combined with exceptional property management functions right from a mobile app through to the back office allowing users to produce powerful financial reports and forecasting. The online bank feed function in Xero empowers users to get from the bank statement to the property owner statement, effortlessly, accurately and quickly.
“Xero is a powerful, simple to use accounting package with an automated bank feed function that will literally transform how users can reconcile rent roll. To get the true benefit of the integration, Xero should be configured to encompass all aspects of the user’s property company.”
Read more about the benefits to you – and your clients – of becoming an Arthur accredited advisor. Including an explanation of what accreditation means, who it’s most suitable for and the process involved.