The Bookkeeper’s Guide to the Virtual Galaxy

Working virtually can help your bookkeeping firm work more efficiently and deliver better client service.

by Gabrielle Fontaine

Discover how working virtually can help your bookkeeping firm work more efficiently and deliver better client service, while boosting your bottom line.

  • Explore the benefits of going virtual. 89% of accounting professionals are engaged with cloud accounting and file sharing – we’ll tell you why, and how it applies to you.
  • Design your optimal bookkeeping workflow. There’s no one-size-fits-all, but best practices from a successful virtual bookkeeper can help you structure and standardize the optimal workflow for your unique firm.
  • Get tips for building a virtual tech stack. Technology plays a vital role in going virtual – we’ll give you tips for choosing, adopting, and testing the right apps for your business.
Gabrielle Fontaine
PB, ABSC
The Freelance Bookkeeper
Gabrielle Fontaine is a freelance Professional Bookkeeper and Advanced Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor who assists tech-savvy consultants and self-employed professionals get their books under control, save taxes, and maximize cash flow and profits using the power of online apps. Gabrielle has been in business for over 25 years, and has been working 100% virtually since 2003. She is the author of the popular blog, The Freelance Bookkeeper, and produces online training programs, has been a popular guest speaker on business and accounting podcasts, as well as industry conferences.