Keep Your Ducks in a Row

Posted on 16 March 2016
Keep Your Ducks in a Row
When you run a small or medium business it is important to be organised, particularly for tax purposes. Learn some tips and tricks on how to keep your business on track, pay BAS on time, as well as maintaining cash flow while paying GST. Organisation is Necessary, not just advised Pers...
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Keeping the Books, or Cooking Them?

Posted on 2 March 2016
Keeping the Books, or Cooking Them?
The importance of finding a competent bookkeeper for your business cannot be overstated. Why? A bookkeeper is responsible for keeping your business records in order as well as helping you understand how your business is performing financially. In addition, the bookkeeper prepares the accou...
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Is Your Head Up in the Clouds?

Posted on 17 February 2016
Is Your Head Up in the Clouds?
Cloud based accounting is accounting software that is hosted "in the cloud".  It enables your accounting data to be securely stored offsite on servers managed by cloud providers, such as Xero. The reason behind cloud based accounting being the latest buzz word is that data c...
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Say Hello to Aunt Cash Flow

Posted on 3 February 2016
Say Hello to Aunt Cash Flow
Small business owners, particularly the newbies, often make the assumption that profit and cash flow are the same thing. They are not, and here's why. Positive vs Negative Cash Flow Simply put, cash flow is the lifeblood of your business. It comes from a variety of sources: custome...
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Fast & Furious Motor Vehicle Deductions

Posted on 20 January 2016
Fast & Furious Motor Vehicle Deductions
There are some important rules when it comes to claiming motor vehicle deductions. Not only do you need to know them, but you should also learn the different methods available for claiming your applicable deductions. What You Can Claim Using a vehicle to travel between jobs can be dedu...
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Changes in Guarantees? Just Super!

Posted on 6 January 2016
Changes in Guarantees? Just Super!
Businesses need to prepare for superannuation guarantee rate changes. All employers, regardless of business size or structure, must contribute to employees' superannuation. It is important to note that the contribution rate has increased from 9.25% to 9.5% from July 2014. This rate wil...
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