Important information about the reporting process for the business monthly declaration for employers receiving the Jobkeeper payment subsidy.
Business owners often complain they lack information to make decisions, in spite of many solutions which claim to provide intelligent, customised reporting. Identifying business problems that need solutions and then the data sets which support decision-making is a better approach and we accountants can add value in this process. Read how.
What steps do you need to take to receive the JobKeeper Payment? Many employers around Australia are asking this same question. During the week commencing Monday 20 April one of our friendly staff will be in contact with you to discuss your possible eligibility for the JobKeeper payment.
Working with an accountant who is also a specialist business advisor to provide specific management advice makes a lot of sense, yet only a few firms are qualified and confident enough to do so. Read why.
This article explains how the approach to sales is undergoing fundamental change as organisations gain access to data that was previously unavailable. Analysing sales performance helps us decide what to do next in terms of generating leads, product focus and improved lead times. And it is easier than ever before to track our progress and grow our revenue.
After a staggered rollout, Single Touch Payroll now requires all employers to transfer their payroll transaction data to the Tax Office each time employees are paid. Is your payroll geared to handle new reporting requirements?
From 1 July this year, Single Touch Payroll (STP) will apply to all employers in Australia. Following months of development by Xero, they’ve announced the launch of Payroll Only plan to assist small businesses with STP. See if it can help you.
Single Touch Payroll is mandatory for employers with 20+ staff from 1 July 2018, and will be mandatory for all employers 1 July 2019. Read how to get ready.
Equip yourself to make the best business decisions possible by insisting on financial reports that reflect your needs as a business owner.
What is accounts receivable and where can it go wrong? What is accounts receivable (or trade debtors)? Accounts receivable is the money you’re owed by customers. Once you send an invoice (or bill), it becomes part of your accounts receivable – until it’s paid. Accounts… Read More >>