As we enter further into the months of 2023, many of us must have made plans for the year ahead. The first three months, which also include the beginning of tax season, are quite critical for every accounting professional. The IRS has already announced Jan 23, 2023, to be the onset of the tax season and has started accepting/processing 2022 tax returns. The agency is also expecting more than 168 million returns to be filed this year For accounting professionals, now is the time to look for ways to be prepared for the workload coming your way. As you do, reflect on the shortcomings you faced in the previous year. Did you achieve your business goals? If not, why? Was the accounting service/data disaster-proof?
For many professionals like you, the task of playing with numbers and business accounts isn’t as easy as it may seem. While working for clients, you also need to ensure that each of their sensitive data is secure and away from the unauthorized breach. Still, the probability of an unfortunate data loss particularly on QuickBooks desktop software cannot be eliminated. However, in the cloud environment, there is one aspect that can release the stress related to data security, and that is QuickBooks cloud backups.