Ryan Lazanis

Ryan Lazanis, CPA, CA is not your typical accountant. Destined to bring the traditional accounting firm into today's modern era, Ryan founded Xen Accounting, a completely cloud-based, 100% paperless Canadian Chartered Accountant firm which combines online accredited accountants with innovative software. His belief is that today's technology can make accounting for small business more convenient, less time consuming and less irritating.

A tech enthusiast at heart, Ryan enjoys recommending new and exciting cloud and mobile accounting applications to help modern day business owners streamline and automate their accounting. Passionate about disruptive technologies in general, Ryan also became immersed in the world of Bitcoin in 2013 and since then has emerged as a thought leader in the space of digital currencies and taxation. Speaking at various events on the topic and featured in several newspapers and articles, Ryan helped Xen Accounting become the first professional accounting firm in North America to accept Bitcoins as payment.

When he's not busy with accounting or tech gadgets, Ryan has been known to be an active DJ in Montreal and enjoys traveling to places that are hard to pronounce.

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Articles written by Ryan Lazanis

Hubdoc Looks to Take Accounting Automation to the Next Level
2014 International Startup Fest: Startups and the City
Wave Accounting Releases New Mobile App for Invoicing
Four Major Flaws of the Billable Hour and Why You Should Employ Value Pricing Instead
Mesh Conference Recap: Tech Startups and Tech Titans with a Splash of Cyborg
Canada Revenue Agency Falls Short on Bitcoin Mining Tax Interpretation
Why My Business Accepts Bitcoins – and Why Yours Should Too
Three Essential Tools for Collaborating with Clients Remotely
Hate your Shoebox of Receipts? There are Several Apps for That
Four Tech Trends Your Business Needs to Pay Attention to in 2014
Tax: The Messy Side of Digital Currency
The Best Cloud Accounting Options for Your Startup
Bitcoins Aren’t Money, at Least According to the Canada Revenue Agency
Online Accounting and the Death of a Dinosaur
Crowds and Taxes: Crowdfunding Receives Attention from Canada Revenue Agency
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