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?