The Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship in Keene is working on ways to bolster the ranks of local bookkeepers.
Many accountants in the region are supporting those efforts, said Julianna Dodson, director of the Radically Rural summit at Hannah Grimes and a part-time bookkeeper herself.
Julianna said the region doesn’t seem to have enough high-quality bookkeepers to meet the demand. Partly, because longtime professionals are retiring and not enough younger people are replacing them.
Read the article by Paul Cuno-Booth Contributing Writer at Keene Sentinel