Being Accountable has been shortlisted for the prestigious Women in Finance Awards, partnered by National Australia Bank.

Jo Williss is in the running to take out one of Australia’s top industry awards.  She has been shortlisted as a finalist to win the Bookkeeping category at the 2017 Women in Finance Awards.

“The winners will not only represent inspirational high achievers from the financial sector, but also recognise the rising stars of tomorrow,” he added.

Jo Williss, proprietor at Being Accountable said she was humbled by the nomination.

Bookkeeper of the Year

Founded in 1996, Being Accountable offers bookkeeping to the wider Adelaide business community. It has particularly strong relationships with many small to medium Adelaide businesses and is also specialist BAS Agent.

In its inaugural year, the Women in Finance Awards, which covers 28 categories, recognises the outstanding work of women within financial services.

“This awards event is an Australian-first program that truly pulls together all areas of financial services under one umbrella to celebrate success and excellence,” said Momentum Media’s head of events, Jim Hall.

“We are set for a superb awards presentation. The judges have a tough job on their hands this year and there will no doubt be much excitement to hear their verdicts.


“Being Accountable’s recognition for its excellent contribution to the Adelaide business community reinforces the strength of the brand in connecting with the community and engaging with its customers,” she said.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie awards dinner on Thursday, 21 September at The Star, Sydney.