Business and Bookkeeping Tips
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Streamline your business administration with digital record keeping
Streamline your business administration with digital record keepingGood record keeping is the mainstay of accounts management. It assists you to[...]
Employing Casuals? Here’s What You Need to Know About the New Rules
Employing Casuals?Here's what you need to know about the new rules.Casual Employment New Rules from March 2021The Fair Work Act[...]
Single Touch Payroll Reporting for Closely Held Payees Mandatory from July
Single Touch Payroll Reporting for Closely Held Payees Mandatory from July Closely held payees must be reported via Single Touch[...]
Strategic alliances: the benefits of working together
Strategic Alliances: the benefits of working together Your business may compete head-to-head with a number of other companies, but this[...]
Understanding working capital to maintain business success
If cashflow is the lifeblood of your business, then working capital is the health check you should regularly undertake to keep your business alive.
Lessons learned in lockdown – for your business and life
Lockdown has been tough and continues to impact businesses. For some, it uncovered new priorities though. What lessons did you learn from this enforced period of business shutdown?
Dealing with uncertainty – tips for business owners
We know that you invest more than simply time and money into your business. So, how do you get more clarity around your future plans? And how do you work on the short-term future of the business, when sales, income and cash are in short supply?
How to create a cash flow forecast for your business
A cash flow forecast is an important tool for business planning. And right now, understanding the cash coming in and going out of your business is vital.
Social distancing: Running effective online meetings
In unprecedented times, businesses must adapt to remain productive and effective. Running online meetings is an easy way to ensure social distancing.
Gift cards and vouchers now have three year expiry
Gift cards and vouchers now have a mandatory three-year minimum expiry period and a ban on post-purchase fees. Have you updated your terms and conditions on cards and vouchers?
How to make your out-of-office email work harder when you’re away
About to head off on holiday? Here’s why you should take some time to create your out-of-office message.
Have you got a strategy for a financially stress-free holiday period?
Holiday breaks are a time to re-charge for the year ahead. However, for business owners, this time can be stressful without careful cash-flow planning.
Get into the habit of doing your bank reconciliation
Get into the habit of doing your bank reconciliation When it comes to bank reconciliation, it’s important to get into[...]
Single Touch Payroll Compulsory for all employers from 1 July
Single Touch Payroll is now compulsory for all employers. Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new system of reporting wages,[...]
Employee Payment Summaries are due soon – for the last time!
Employee Payment Summaries are due soon - for the last time! The end of the payroll year will be here[...]
Is your small business ready for Single Touch Payroll?
Is your small business ready for Single Touch Payroll?For employers with 19 or fewer employees, single touch payroll (STP) legislation[...]
Get strategy at the heart of your successful business
Get strategy at the heart of your successful businessPutting strategy at the heart of your business activity should give you[...]
Set your business up for success with the right structure
Set your business up with the right structureBefore you start a new business it’s essential to make sure you’re choosing[...]