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8 bookkeepers you should follow on Twitter

I’ve been a Twitter user for some years now and absolutely love it! I find Twitter to be a great source of information for my business and a wonderful way to meet other bookkeepers (and other connections too!). Because I’ve been on Twitter for a while now, I’ve been lucky enough to “meet” several fantastic bookkeepers who are exceptional in their field. These guys are very generous both in terms of sharing fantastic content and being very approachable on Twitter and because of this, I believe that you should follow them too. Here’s my list of awesome bookkeepers you should follow:

ShelleyShelley Anne


BIO: Business bookkeeping support | Choose your own cloud adventure | Reconstructions/catchups are fun | @Realbalance team member | 2 kids, loves dining out & desserts



Heather Smith


BIO: Host CloudStories #1 Xerocentric podcast | Author XeroForDummies #1 Best selling Xero book | Australian Ambassador XU Magazine #1 Xero Magazine | XeroAdvisor


MargaretMargaret Carey


BIO: Accounting software consultant assisting small businesses with QuickBooks & MYOB | love travelling | bushwalker | care for the environment | member of The Greens


DebraDebra Anderson


BIO: Cloud Accounting Specialist | MYOB Certified Consultant | Accountant Tax Agent | Xero Certified Advisor | ATO BAS Agent Advisory Group


LaurettaLauretta Finis


BIO: Intuit Quickbooks Online Trainer & Writer| Certified QBO Pro-Advisor | Consulting,Training & Bookkeeping Solutions | Love Hawaii, Shopping & Shoes !


KimKim Sargeson


BIO: I work with your small business by providing bookkeeping and BAS compliant solutions, anywhere, anytime.



KristiKristi Cairns


BIO: Sharing with Australian Bookkeepers and Accountants proven easy-to-use tools and tips for creating and setting up efficient bookkeeping processes and systems.


MarieMarie Roach


BIO: MYOB Certified Consultant & Registered | BAS Agent



Of course I follow several other bookkeepers on Twitter but I can’t really go listing every single one here – that would make for one very long blog post! I’ve listed these particular bookkeepers because they are very active on Twitter and regularly share useful and interesting content. If you’re looking for great bookkeepers to follow, I reckon you can’t go past these guys.

Do you follow any awesome bookkeepers on Twitter? Feel free to share their Twitter handles below in the comments section. I’m always looking for new contacts in the bookkeeping field, especially on Twitter. Alternatively, if you are reading this and you are a bookkeeper with a Twitter profile, feel free to share your Twitter handle – it would be great to connect with you πŸ™‚


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10 thoughts on “8 bookkeepers you should follow on Twitter”

  1. Hi Louise McLoughlin thanks so much for creating and sharing this list. I love your work and your opinion pieces on the business industry. To dot the i’s and cross the t’s, I’m actually a Chartered Certified Accountant with a focus on Management Accounting. I think a lot of bookkeepers these days are moving into the management accounting space.

    1. Thanks Heather – I knew I could count on you to comment! I had no idea that you are an accountant! This makes you a very awesome, super-charged bookkeeper indeed – you have very lucky clients πŸ™‚

  2. Wow, that’s a lovely surprise Louise. Thank you for sharing our details. I’m a “learnaholic” – I believe the more we can learn, especially from each other, the more we can grow.

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