5 Accounts CPAs Should Be Following On Twitter
Previously, we have talked about how professional services like accounting firms can utilise social media platforms, especially Twitter. Now, we’re going to share some accounts we think CPAs should be following on Twitter:
- Australian Taxation Office (ATO) – @ato_gov_au
For updates on Australian Tax and Super Info, you should be following ATO on Twitter. ATO is non-corporate Commonwealth entity within the Treasury portfolio. On Twitter, it gives important notices on deadlines and tips on managing your tax and super.
- CPA Australia – @cpaaustralia
CPA Australia is one of three major professional accounting bodies in Australia. You can get updates on their current training and congress, as well as insights from its event speakers, especially Alex Malley, the chief executive of CPA Australia.
- AccountantsDaily – @AcctsDaily
AccountantsDaily is one of the leading sources of up-to-date news, analysis, and reports for Australian accounting professionals. Being designed with accountants in mind, CPAs will be able to share their experiences and participate in discussions regarding the development of the profession.
Other Media: Sydney Morning Herald, Business Review Weekly
- Rob Nixon – @therobnixon
Rob Nixon is the founder and CEO of Proactive Accountants Network and a well-known thought leader in the accounting industry. He is also an entrepreneur, speaker, and consultant who is passionate in helping accounting firms and their clients become the firm of the future.
Rob is fairly active on Twitter, posting several tweets in a week and often shares snippets from his books.
- Xero – @xero
Xero is an accounting software which supports small businesses and their financial advisors. Xero gives a regular update on its new add-ons and features, and other tech news.
Xero responds to feedback and assists on technical queries regarding the software itself. It even congratulates users who just got Xero-certified. Talk about being a totally interactive software!
Of course, these accounts are just a few of the accounting geniuses on Twitter as there are many of them out there. If we failed to mention your favorite, feel free to TWEET us up!
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