As evidenced by our exchange this morning, I see that people are able to send you files without having to login to their e-courier account, or without even having an e-courier account. Are you able to send documents to your clients without them having an e-courier account? Presumably not.
Many of my clients are amazing agricultural engineers, but not overly tech savvy when it comes to computers. Mastering email was a task in itself. I guess I am anticipating the same issues as Marcel from Taxwave…not sure how many clients would make out with something like this.
What about bankers? You have any push back from account managers if clients ask you to forward T1 Generals or NoA’s to their banker and you do it through e-courier? I get requests for this quite a bit… clients didn’t receive their NoA or, lost it, dog ate it etc, and find it easier for accountant to forward that info to bank.