MYOB AccountRight Live Looks like MYOB-of-old + Dropbox

Posted on 23. Dec, 2014 by in Bookkeeping, Career Support, Cloud Accounting, Computer Software Training, MYOB training course, MYOB Training Courses, News, Online MYOB Training Business, Updates

MYOB AccountRight Live OR in the Cloud? We were asked by one of our MYOB course students recently how you can manage user access to your MYOB accounting file and we did some looking around, spoke to our MYOB course creator and came up with the following useful information. You can go to the MYOB website […]

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The Power of the Homegrown Australian Business

Posted on 11. Dec, 2014 by in Cloud Accounting, Cloud Computing, MYOB training course, News, Online MYOB Training Business, xero training

When ‘Aussie’ is a gold winner In addition to our MYOB and Xero training courses, we also offer a training course in Reach Accounting, the cloud-accounting software by Aussie-owned company, Net Registry. Not many people are aware of this, and I’ve been quite remiss when it comes to talking about it on this blog. In […]

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Rapid Induct Staff and Contractors or Your Arse Can be on the Line

Posted on 08. Dec, 2014 by in Induction, Online Induction, Site Induction

Online Induction Training for Your Company Training is something that I have been involved with since the mid 1990’s – sure don’t look that old, but it’s true – and we’ve used all sorts of tools to create our training courses, including: Creating educational videos using Camtasia, Creating some courses using PowerPoint presentations Hosting the videos […]

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Why Telstra’s Wi-Fi Hotspots Are Good For Business

Posted on 06. Dec, 2014 by in 1 - Originate and Develop Concepts, Small Business, Small Business Management & StartUp Course

Telstra likes the Internet If you’re like me, then the only reason you still have an account with Telstra is because you need the phone line for your broadband Internet connection. I replaced my Telstra ‘wired line’ with a VoIP service years ago, which I still use to this day as my business phone, though […]

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Smart TV Guy Has Feet Planted Firmly In Cloud Accounting

Posted on 21. Nov, 2014 by in Cloud Accounting, Cloud Computing, News, Small Business, Small Business Management & StartUp Course, xero training

Smart TV Installation & Cloud Accounting Guy As smart devices and cloud-based apps have become more popular, I’ve started to see more and more tradies using their iPhones and iPads to handle their paperwork, a task traditionally left to the wee hours of the evening – or to their wives and partners! Now, with cloud-based […]

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Xero: The Tradies Choice for Accounting Software

Posted on 19. Nov, 2014 by in Cloud Accounting, Cloud Computing, MYOB Training Courses, Small Business, Small Business Management & StartUp Course, xero training

Xero and tradies I once wrote a post about Xero and whether it had the potential to strip MYOB of its crown as the market leader in accounting software, and I’m starting to think that maybe it will. I spoke with a couple of tradies recently, and they’re both using Xero rather than MYOB because […]

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Get Paid Faster Using Your Mobile Phone!

Posted on 11. Nov, 2014 by in MYOB training course, MYOB Training Courses, News

No doubt about it, one of the biggest hurdles you face as a small business owner is managing your cash flow. A big part of this is ensuring your clients and customers pay your invoices on time. Setting up email alerts to remind customers when your invoices are due is a great way to ensure you’re never […]

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Are Xero and MYOB going to get SMASHED by QuickBooks Online?

Posted on 04. Nov, 2014 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, Cloud Accounting, MYOB Training Courses, News, Online MYOB Training Business, Start a business, Work from home

Is QuickBooks Online the White Elephant in the Room? I recently wrote about QuickBooks, once the great competitor to MYOB accounting software, and I thought I would delve a little deeper to see what has happened with the company that use to be their Australian distributor, Reckon and how big they are in the US. […]

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Google Dispays Mixed Messages about Quickbooks Online?

Posted on 01. Nov, 2014 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, Bookkeeping, Cloud Accounting, News, Small Business Management & StartUp Course, Work from home

Who is QuickBooks Online It was once seen as the biggest competitor to MYOB in Australia when accounting software reduced in cost from several thousand dollars (for software like Attache) to several hundred dollars. It was the time when the PC was the craze and suddenly normal people could do their own bookkeeping – so they […]

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The Great Compression

Posted on 23. Oct, 2014 by in News, Work from home

There are lots of reasons why it’s a great time to start your own home-based business. I’ve talked about the perks of working from home before, for instance. But perhaps one of the best reasons to start your own home-based business is that in today’s job market, it actually offers more job security. Now, this may be pretty much […]

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Rapid Induction for Contractors Online

Posted on 12. Oct, 2014 by in Induction, Online Induction, Online PowerPoint Training Course, Site Induction

Online Inductions for Rapid Learning I’ve written in the past about how our MYOB courses help students get inducted into the role of a bookkeeper because they take them through the steps a bookkeeper goes through in the daily operations of a small business. I’ve also written about the various other benefits of having an induction […]

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Zoho Books, You don’t want to be a high risk do you?

Posted on 08. Oct, 2014 by in Bookkeeper and bookkeeping business, Bookkeeping, Cloud Accounting, Cloud Computing, Computer Software Training, MYOB Training Courses, Small Business, xero training

There’s always Zoho Books You may have a different opinion when it comes to paying your suppliers but I believe you should pay quickly. I’m talking mainly about service providers rather that product suppliers, but I think in small business it doesn’t matter. Everyone loves to be paid on time and if you can get […]

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