Posted by Erica Johnson on 21 September 2020 | Comments

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Managing Owner of Eco-Accounts, Anita Simpson, helps ecotourism businesses track activities to provide clarity on the profitability of their seasonal cycles so they can plan ahead and focus on delivering awesome customer experiences.

Eco-Accounts has been working with small business clients for the past six years and is now focusing entirely on working with ecotourism businesses in Australia. Anita is a certified bookkeeper and BAS Agent but is also a qualified scientist in the Wilderness Reserves and Wildlife field.

Eco-Accounts understand foreign currency and merchant fee transactions, prepayments and refunds, and even how to track tours and locations so you can get a clear snapshot of your business operations. Eco-Accounts offer consulting expertise in selecting the right program/s and automating them to save you valuable time and achieve business success.

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Eco-Accounts are passionate about the natural environment and want to help their like-minded clients set up their accounts correctly and look after compliance obligations.

Money Monarch T/A Eco-Accounts is a Registered BAS Agent holding a Public Practice Certificate with the Institute of Certified Bookkeepers and holds voting membership with the Australian Bookkeepers Association.

Their services are in Australia, working with ecotourism businesses Australia-wide. Eco-Accounts will not be outsourced to overseas providers – in these trying times they strongly believe in supporting local. Fully covered by Professional Indemnity Insurance for your peace of mind.

Working with specialised accounts professionals has its added bonuses as well. Eco-Accounts has an ever-growing wildlife photo library that fixed-fee clients are free to use for their digital marketing content.


Eco-Accounts offer free no-obligation consults, book here 


For all other information, visit the Eco-Accounts website here and LinkedIn here 


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