A piece of advice

Smart and fast accountant with computer

Today, the tip is aimed at anyone who sends invoices to customers. If you have more than 20 invoices per month, you should consider getting a so-called FIK (joint payment card) number from your bank. This means that on your invoices you get a unique number that customers enter into their bank when they pay. You probably know it from the bills you get from phone or power companies. The advantage is great: It takes 4 seconds to post everything in between 20-20,000 invoices as the system can typically figure out for itself what is paid.

Now THAT's smart. You typically have 2 options from the bank:

1. A payment = a line in your bank

2. All payments per day shall be deposited as an amount.

No 1 is preferable unless you have REALLY many invoices. Number 2 takes a little longer – log on to your bank and download file for posting to load.

Then there's number 3 too! There you let FarPay ApS AUTOMATICALLY post all your deposits directly into your financial system.

I've written a little about Farpay – if that might tempt? https://lnkd.in/eBTQPU3

What's your best tip for becoming unemployed in accounting?

Written by:

Frederik Kromann

Frederik Kromann

Frederik, also known as "The Luddovne accountant", has over 10 years of experience in digitizing and automating bookkeeping

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