02 Sep

Today,  many self-employed bookkeepers are feeling isolated and unsupported, stuck in career gridlock with uncertain prospects.
Job satisfaction, financial security and quality of life seem elusive, forcing many into less satisfying employment roles.
For example, many work-from-home mothers have a finite amount of time, money and access to support with which to build and maintain a strong, marketing, management and technical support capability.
Other budding entrepreneurs prematurely reject bookkeeping as a career option, citing a lack of certain skills and experience.
In both cases, often it is simply the lack of an effective and affordable support system that gets in the way of them achieving a sensible income and a balanced lifestyle.
Fortunately, innovations in the bookkeeper’s traditional workspace are creating a fertile environment in which self-employed operators can prosper.