When choosing accounting software for your business, it’s important to choose one that not only fits well with the type of business you are conducting, but one that is simple to navigate and utilize as well. Proper bookkeeping requires education at every turn, whether it be the software itself or the practices involved. And for the last 3 years, Saasu accounting software has been one of the simplest and most effective bookkeeping software companies available worldwide, and have a great team ready to help you every step of the way. Continue reading
A new page has been turned in Xero’s accounting software manual. With its other main competitors already having a system to track inventory, it was only a matter of time before Xero included a system of their own. There are pitfalls to be sure, but Xero’s inventory software is sure to make its users very happy. Continue reading
A common issue with a lot of trades people (tradies) is dealing with the horror of the business administration aspect of their business. After spending the day taking care of clients, the last thing you want to do is come back to the office to deal with bookkeeping tasks.
From working with tradies in various industries and helping them with their bookkeeping we know how difficult it can be to find simple software to generate invoices. We have some recommendations that we will discuss later. Continue reading
In light of the revised Australian Tax Budget of 2015, which is dedicated to stimulating the economy by improving the overall state of the small business sector, it is the perfect time for people with entrepreneurial inclinations to make their first jump into the world of business.
One of the first few hurdles a first-time entrepreneur would face is the whole process of employment, which can be costly, time-consuming, and stressful when done incorrectly regardless whether you’re in Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, or Gold Coast.
Here are 6 questions you should ponder on to improve the probability of getting good employees: Continue reading
If you’re one of the business owners who operate int the building and construction industry, and you pay contractors for providing building and construction services, you need to make some preparation for the Taxable Payments Annual Report (TPAR) which is due 28th of August each year.
The Taxable payments annual report summarizes every payment you have made to each contractor for the previous year. Through TPAR, compliance of contractors is being observed. Data matching is done to detect contractors who have failed to lodge tax returns or failed to disclose their income.
There’s no reason to dread the TPAR. We’re here to help you prepare and lodge your taxable payments annual report, and save you from some stress and confusion. Continue reading