End of Financial Year 2023 with GovReports

The end of the financial year is here already! It seems that so little time has passed since we welcomed in 2023. As we approach EOFY, we invite you to reflect on the last year. So much has happened in the previous year that we are still catching up with – more clients are expecting remote and fast turnaround services, cashflow planning continues to rise, the growing importance of sustainability reporting and the explosion of artificial intelligence tools such as ChatGPT.

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Thanks for Another Great Year!

It’s that time of the year when we recollect our blessings and thank those that have been of help and
support during the year. So we’d like to take this opportunity to extend our personal thanks to all
our friends and allies.

We wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We always consider you as our friend
and would like to extend our best wishes for a prosperous New Year with more love and laughter to
you and your family.

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GovReports New Release – Client Tags

We are pleased to announce the release of our latest feature, client tags and groups. You may have already noticed the new tags in your client list.

Client tags allow you to create your own tags for convenient grouping of clients according to your practice needs. The tags provide another way of filtering your client list.

You can create tags for entity type, report type or industry type or any other grouping that is relevant to your practice.

You can either create a suite of tags and then apply relevant tags to clients, or create tags as needed from the client list.

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Welcome to 2022-23 Financial Year!

As we move to another financial year, we would like to thank each and every one of our clients, new and old, for your support  as we grow alongside you..

Every year as we add more services and improve our offering, it is the trust and loyalty of our clients that has helped us  continue to grow.

So, what’s new for the start of 2022-23 financial year?

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