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Growing Hartford based Bookkeeping/QuickBooks Consulting firm looking for an experienced self-motivated and energetic professionals to join our team. Must love diversity and working in all different industries. Will be working with up to 30 different clients at a time and must be fluent in QuickBooks and bookkeeping. Currently we have 3 positions open. Searching for 2 Full- Time or even a Part-tim...
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Which is more popular in Canada: Quickbooks or Simply Accounting?
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