Knowledge Archive

Crowd Sourced Funding: Knowledge is the Key

The former Chairman of Greencross Limited and Accountancy Industry Consultant, Andrew Geddes, believes Australia’s accountants and business advisors are not doing enough to stay abreast of new financial developments...

Tax Planning Talks? Three ways to make your discussions more meaningful

A picture paints a thousand words – so the saying goes.

In fact 65% of us prefer visuals when it comes to learning and understanding a topic. That’s why with...

Will Accountants Cross the Digital Bridge in 2019?

According to a report by the independent research firm Forrester, 2019 will be the year that aspirations for digital transformation translate into “pragmatic” actions – here are...

State of Social Annual report 2019 – 10 Top Line Facts for the Accountant

Based on the responses of over 1800 businesses in the new State of Social Report 2019, paid for social media advertising is shown to be gaining traction...

Observations from the Accounting Business Expo

The Accounting Business Expo was held in Sydney on 20 and 21 March. It is self described as “the big free expo and conference for business and money”. I...

Accountants – 8 steps to be ready for 15 May 2019

For Australian accountants 15 May is a significant date. As Tax Agents you are subject to the ATO’s lodgment program framework which at its core requires you to lodge...

12 STEPS TO SUCCESSFUL SME CAPITAL RAISING

By now you will probably have heard about Crowd Sourced Funding Equity Raising (CSF) and just how powerful an option it is for your small and medium sized...

Are Your Company’s Digital Credentials for Sale on the Dark Web?

Digital credentials, such as usernames and passwords, connect you and your employees to critical business applications, as well as online services. Unfortunately, criminals know this — and that’s why...

Progress of bills pre-Budget

In our latest Banter Blog, with limited sitting days ahead of the Federal Budget on 2 April 2019 and the expected Federal election in May 2018, we summarise the...

Labor’s tax and superannuation policies

In our latest Banter Blog, we summarise the Opposition’s tax and superannuation policies as we head into election season. What can we expect should Labor form government at the...

Decoding Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable

Decoding Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable

This article is not for you, but for you to share!

When you are using accounting terms every day, it’s easy to forget that...

Some movement on Div 7A … at last!

On 22 October 2018, the Treasury released a consultation paper titled Targeted amendments to the Division 7A integrity rules. The paper sets out the Government’s proposed implementation of...

3 Ways The Digital Economy Will Affect The Way You Work

As more transactions take place entirely online, how can you make sure your firm is staying up to date?

Accounting technology has come a long way over the last 10...

Developing a Retirement Plan – increases your sale price

There is one obstacle in the way of a successful sale of your practice that might surprise you. It has nothing to do with your clients or staff....

Certainty at last for Base rate entities … or not?

Background

After a long period of uncertainty, and in the midst of the recent Liberal Party leadership spill, the Senate on 23 August 2018 unexpectedly passed without amendment the

Crowd Sourced Funding Amendments Create Opportunities for Accountants!

If you want your accountancy firm to “stay ahead of the game” and offer a wide range of solutions for your clients – The Australian government has delivered a...

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