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Bookkeeping tip: invoice promptly and regularly

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If there’s one important bookkeeping tip that we always like to pass on to small business owners, it is to always make sure to stay on top of invoicing.   Put simply. If you don’t invoice regularly and promptly, you’re leaving your money on the table.   It’s tempting to put your invoicing off until later and gradually let it slide…

The Dangers of DIY Bookkeeping

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Bookkeeping starts with the recording of all day-to-day transactions – expenses, petty cash, invoices, wages, taxes, payments, receipts etc.   This is fairly tedious and time-consuming stuff for a busy owner, so the task is often left to last, or delegated to an office junior, or the owner’s spouse.   When it comes the time…

Bookkeeping tip: Check cash flow BEFORE crisis hits!

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Life is full of surprises, but the fewer we have in business, the better. Cash flow is the lifeblood of your small business. It determines the financial health and well being of your business and can spell the end if you don’t have a handle on it.   It’s important to have up-to-date visibility of…

Are you using the right accounting software?

Are you using the right accounting software?

So how do you know if you’re using the right accounting software? The one that’s best suited to your business? There’s a lot to choose from and if you’re not an accountant or a bookkeeper it can be daunting to know what system you actually need.   The systems available today are powerful and sophisticated and while…

Small business bookkeeping explained – Part 3

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Welcome to part 3 of our small business bookkeeping explained series. This series aims to explain, in plain English, the most important aspects of small business bookkeeping.   Part 1 focused on BAS, part 2 was all about PAYG, and today we’re looking at business Tax Deductions.   If you’re already breaking out in a…

Small business bookkeeping explained – Part 2

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Welcome to the second part of our small business bookkeeping series . This series aims to explain, in plain English, the most important aspects of small business bookkeeping.   Part 1 focused on the battle of the BAS and the obligations of small business owners to really get this sorted. Today we’re looking at PAYG: pay…

Small business bookkeeping explained – Part 1

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We have a lot of clients who come to us after having fought, and lost, the battle to do their own small business bookkeeping. Some have gotten their books into such a tangle that they’ve put off coming to us because they feel so ashamed. It’s a vicious circle and too many small business owners are needlessly…

How to be a great time manager

How to be a great time manager

This is a guest post by Julianne Kuhlmann of Kool Results. Julianne is a leading light in South Australia’s coaching and training industry and has a deep and abiding commitment to the development of human potential, which resonates clearly in her coaching, teaching, writing and speaking. Managing time can be trickier than it seems. We often hear (or…

Are you paying the price of bad bookkeeping?

Are you paying the price of bad bookkeeping?

Are the financials of your small business getting the better of you? Do you feel embarrassed asking for help? Do you worry about the expense of having someone come in to fix the issues?   The truth is, you can’t afford not to get it sorted, right now.   Managing cash flow effectively, invoicing, payroll,…

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