Don’t pay for Microsoft Word when you enrol into Excel or MYOB Training Courses

Posted on 28. Jul, 2015 by in Microsoft Word Courses, News, Resume Writing

It’s not a freebie we’re proud of I recently asked our course development team to review the contents of our online Microsoft Word course and got some feedback about the versions we’re currently using in that course. Let’s just say that although the structure of the course is excellent and it takes students from the […]

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SuperStream is good news for small businesses (and bookkeepers!)

Posted on 28. Jul, 2015 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, Bookkeeping, Cloud Accounting, MYOB Training Courses, News, Training Courses

What is SuperStream? I recently wrote about SuperStream, the government reform introduced last year to improve the efficiency of the superannuation system, and which provides businesses with a set of standards to ensure super contributions are paid in a timely and consistent manner. For small businesses, operating with nineteen or fewer employees, the ATO is […]

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Microsoft Excel Online Training Course Includes Beginners to Advanced with LIFETIME Access

Posted on 15. Jul, 2015 by in Computer Software Training, Microsoft Excel Training Course, News, Online Excel Training, Training Courses

9 Microsoft Excel Training Courses from Beginners to Advanced for One Price Most students know about us because of our online MYOB Training Courses (5 courses for the price of 1) but we have a fantastic offer for Microsoft Excel Training Courses where we include every course from Excel Beginners, Excel Intermediate and Excel Advanced for […]

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What is inbound marketing?

Posted on 15. Jul, 2015 by in News, Social media, Websites and Internet Marketing

Will customers like you according to Google? Inbound marketing is the focus on creating quality content that attracts and draws people toward your company and product. In the last few years, it’s come to replace the outbound marketing methods of old, which involved buying ads and email lists and paying for leads, making it one […]

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What is SuperStream?

Posted on 13. Jul, 2015 by in Bookkeeping, MYOB training course, News, Training Courses

Does SuperStream streamline superannuation payments? If you’re a small business with nineteen or fewer employees, then come July 1 this year you’ll need to begin making superannuation contributions for your staff using SuperStream, the government reform introduced last year to improve the efficiency of Australia’s superannuation system. The purpose of SuperStream is to ensure employer contributions […]

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Why use a bookkeeper?

Posted on 25. Jun, 2015 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, News

Bookkeeping may be getting easier but do you really want to do it? Even with the latest accounting programs, like Xero and MYOB Account Right Live making it easier for small business owners to manage their bookkeeping themselves, a bookkeeper is still an invaluable asset to any business. I wrote a post recently about why […]

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The National Bookkeeping license fee is 100% tax deductible

Posted on 19. Jun, 2015 by in MYOB Job, News

Costs of starting a business are tax deductible If you’re subscribed to this blog and you’ve been following our recent posts, then you should be aware that we’ve recently partnered with National Bookkeeping to deliver online training courses to their new licensees. We’ve also been writing about the $20k tax breaks introduced in the recent […]

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Reduce your tax before June 30

Posted on 18. Jun, 2015 by in News, Small Business

Save your receipts: Tax time is coming (and so are weird tax deductions)! If you’ve been following our coverage of the Government’s recent budget measure that allows small businesses to write-off assets under $20,000 (rather than depreciating them over time), then you’re probably also aware that the tax breaks have already come into effect. Some […]

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How much should a local bookkeeper charge?

Posted on 17. Jun, 2015 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, MYOB Job, MYOB Training Courses, News, Small Business, Work from home

What is a Local Bookkeeper Worth? I recently wrote a blog post about whether bookkeepers could also provide marketing services to their clients, which I also touched on in another recent post about starting a bookkeeping business and the need to be diverse in the services you offer as an independent contractor. While brainstorming with Ray […]

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Why start a bookkeeping business?

Posted on 16. Jun, 2015 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for Bookkeepers, MYOB Job, News

Why Start a Bookkeeping Business? Every business has a legal requirement to file an annual tax return, and for some businesses, a quarterly or monthly business activity statement (BAS). Accurate record keeping and data entry is a crucial component of filing both, and with the increasing number of start-ups and new small businesses in Australia, […]

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Saasu, Westpac, St George Bank Can Help Reach Independent Contractor Clients

Posted on 15. Jun, 2015 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, MYOB training course, MYOB Training Courses, News, Training Courses, xero training

SAASU and the Big Four Saasu recently announced a new partnership with Westpac bank to deliver direct bank feeds to Saasu and Westpac customers, including those with St George business accounts. Among the new features, the Westpac/Saasu partnership promises ‘real-time insight into cash-flow with online invoices, expenses, banking, budgets, payroll, inventory and financial reports.’ We’ve […]

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An Aussie Dies In Accounting Wars

Posted on 09. Jun, 2015 by in 1 - Originate and Develop Concepts, Bookkeeping, Cloud Accounting, Cloud Computing, MYOB Job, MYOB Training Courses, News, Small Business, Small Business Management & StartUp Course, Training Courses

R.I.P. Reach Accounting A member of our team was recently asked to recommend a few low-cost, cloud-based invoicing programs to a friend. He’d recently started his own business and for the last few months had been using Excel to create and send invoices to his clients. but since Xero and other cloud-accounting programs appeared on […]

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