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  • Writer's pictureMichael Chan - Bida & Co.

Comparison between cloud accounting and traditional accounting

  1. Data storage: Traditional accounting often involves storing financial data on paper or using computer software, while cloud accounting stores data on remote servers.

  2. Information sharing: Traditional accounting may require physically sharing files with others, while cloud accounting enables online sharing and collaboration.

  3. Cost and value: Cloud accounting typically offers subscription-based pricing, while traditional accounting usually requires a one-time purchase. Cloud accounting can be more cost-effective in many situations.

  4. Real-time data access: Cloud accounting can offer real-time access to financial data, while traditional accounting often requires manual processing and updating.

  5. System security: Cloud accounting providers often use advanced security measures to protect client data, while traditional accounting can carry risks of data loss or security breaches.

Overall, both cloud accounting and traditional accounting have their advantages and disadvantages, and businesses should choose the method that best fits their specific needs and budget.

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