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"The BankLink way is the only way for doing our accounts."

07 April 2011

Donna McInally and her husband Bradley are busy people. Together they run John James Livestock & Property, conduct a primary production business managing 100 head of cattle as well as owning three rental properties and managing a rent roll.

Prior to BankLink they could be manually entering upwards of 500 transactions a month, due to the high volume of cattle sold through the sale yards.

"With BankLink all that is handled automatically, saving us around three hours a month of data entry and reconciliation."

"BankLink allows us to receive timely information including a monthly cash flow report which is very useful for historical comparisons."

"I would definitely recommend other businesses to use BankLink because it keeps us well informed with what's happening in all of our businesses."

"It allows us to get up to date results throughout the financial year and removes the stress of preparing a BAS each quarter."

"BankLink is easy to use and saves time for both us and our accountant."

Talk to your accountant about how BankLink can save you time.

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