Upgrading book-keeping software
I am seriously thinking about upgrading my book-keeping software, potentially to Xero as it does look excellent and I have heard such good things about it.
I am just wondering, as it's charged on a per client basis, would you recharge this to the client or suffer the cost yourself as, in my case, it's MY decision to upgrade to the software, so should I make clients pay for that fact?
I am thinking maybe suffer the cost in the first year, show them the benefits as the year progresses, then charge from year 2 onwards.
Does anyone have other opinions?
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