We recently attended one of the MYOB Roadshow sessions in Rockhampton, where the theme for 2015 was clear: Making business life easier! MYOB believe that it’s more than just a slogan, and have outlined a 5 point plan that they believe will reset the goal posts in 2015: MOBILITY – like OnTheGo and Essentials this is “the year of the mobile for MYOB” as their CEO Tim Reed recently stated PAYMENTS
Telstra have announced an assistance package for small business customers in and around Yeppoon, Rockhampton, Biloela, Jambin, Goovigen, Moura, Dululu, Theodore, Westwood, Wowan and surrounding areas in the Banana Shire, who have lost services as a result of the impacts of Tropical Cyclone Marcia. Relief packages are determined by the nature and scale of the specific event and can include the following measures: Free call diversion from an affected Telstra fixed phone
Tropical Cyclone Marcia has affected many individuals, including people’s ability to earn a living. The Disaster Recovery Allowance is now available to eligible employees, primary producers and sole traders in the Fitzroy and Wide Bay-Burnett districts, and is designed to provide a helping hand to those who have lost income as a result of this devastating event so they can get back on their feet. For the businesses that were
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
Given recent global events in which sensitive financial data was stolen and according to these legal firm information security services, it’s no surprise that people are more aware than ever about the privacy and security of their information and are trying to use new reporting systems. One of the most commonly asked questions about the use of Xero for business bookkeeping is how risky is it. Believe it or not,
Cloud accounting has officially landed on the scene and is here to stay. While Australian organisations have been slow to adopt this new arrival, Software Advice found over 50% of small businesses are considering moving their accounting to the cloud.
Cloud-based accounting systems are paving the way for greater efficiency in your organisation. Instead of purchasing expensive, high-maintenance IT infrastructure, organisations access their accounting software via the internet, for a fixed monthly fee. This allows them to offload IT hassles and concentrate their financial and operational resources on their core business becoming one of the must have tools if you are opening a new business and using tools similar to