Join the club

Many people either belong to or volunteer at a local club, and Xero is a perfect fit for these.

We’ve been looking at how clubs operate and what their accounting requirements are. The important things for a club are transparency, multiple user access, and easy distribution of financial information.

It’s amazing how many clubs out there are struggling under the weight of bad financial management systems which chew up volunteers’ time on bookwork instead of running the club and having fun.

Check out our new clubs page and read the clubs user guide to see the 7 simple steps to setting up your local club.

If you would like your local club, committee member or treasurer to be introduced to Xero, email us at sales@xero.com

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