Permissions can be used by business owners to restrict the amount of access to the business’s financial data. There are several scenarios where you can make use of this feature.

  • If you want your Chartered Accountant to only be able to view your financial statements without the ability to make any changes to them.
  • If you want your in-house accountants to only be able to make some updates to your financial records and not be able to delete or share those records.
  • In circumstances where you no longer want the accountants and CAs to have the same level of access to your financial records and want to revoke the permissions. 
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