Kashoo Powering Liberty Tax's New Accounting Service

Liberty Tax has launched Liberty Accounting, an offering that will help the company's franchisees provide a more expansive suite of financial services to their clients.

"Our goal is to help taxpayers and small business owners with the time consuming and confusing task of bookkeeping so that they can spend more time on those activities that will drive more revenue into their businesses," says Chad Corman, the Director of Operational Strategy for Liberty Tax Service.

Liberty Accounting will be powered by cloud accounting software startup Kashoo. The Canadian company makes the App Store's most downloaded iOS accounting app.

"We're excited to be arming the Liberty Tax community with accounting software that can truly help them enhance the franchisee-client collaboration," said Kashoo CEO Jim Secord. "When the franchisee and the small business owner are able to look at the same data in real-time, great things can happen. That's the power of the cloud."

Kashoo boasts 200,000 registered users across 180 countries.

Kashoo Inc.
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Kashoo.com transforms how small businesses manage their finances. At its core, Kashoo.com is a powerful yet affordable online accounting solution designed specifically for small business. With no accounting experience, the business owner can quickly and efficiently "do the books" and move on to the business of running the business. With the help of powerful visualization dashboards, business... more

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