December is usually the busiest time of the year for retail and hospitality businesses. But businesses in other sectors often find that their sales slowdown and their customers stop paying them for a few months. So cash flow dries up.

Managing your receivables is important if you want to maintain your cash flow, and late payments can be crippling to your business – especially if you’re working on a tight budget. That’s why it’s critical to find effective ways to collect what’s owed to you on time. Here are some practical hacks for collecting late payments effectively:

From 1 July 2015, some business owners will have their pay as you go (PAYG) withholding cycles changed. The cycle change is based on the amount you withheld under your Australian business number (ABN) in all branches during the 2013-14 Financial Year. If you withheld between $25,000 and $1 million, you will need to report and pay monthly. If the amount was more than $1 million, you will need to report and pay electronically according to the

SuperStream aims to improve the efficiency of Australia’s superannuation system and provides a new standard for employers when making super contributions. It requires an employer to send contributions electronically in a standard format with linked data and payments. Why Is This Happening? Without SuperStream reforms, each super fund sets their own requirements with regards to how they will receive payments and contribution advice details for each member. This can often

In any business cash is your lifeline, and part of maintaining a positive cash flow is by ensuring that you get paid what you are owed, on time, and in full. We know this is often easier said than done, so we’ve provided this useful infographic that highlights some staggering statistics to show you how much time and money you’re likely spending chasing debtors:     If you’d like some assistance with managing

Cash flow is a critical factor to business success. Too little revenue coming in or too much going out will cause any organisation struggle to stay afloat. For those who operate a small business in Australia, future proofing your cash flow is a crucial consideration. Without this forethought, it is likely that your organisation could become one of the 51 per cent of businesses that cease trading within the first four