Small Business

Single Touch Payroll

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is the biggest payroll reporting change in Australia’s history. It aims to assist Australians in receiving their full superannuation entitlements whilst providing greater transparency in the payroll process.

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Do you want to grow your agri, food or beverage business for free? Look no further…

If yes, there are some Industry Body Programs that you might potentially be eligible for.

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Failure to plan means SMEs are failing to thrive

That’s why it’s important to have a trusted advisor that will be pro-active when it comes to getting the most value out of an organisation, says Hood Sweeney’s Head of Accounting Scott Young.

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Expect the unexpected

Few could have predicted the unprecedented weather anomalies of Wednesday 28 September 2016, nor the follow on consequences as South Australia’s power grid shut down and plunged the state into darkness.

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Did you say free money?

Now we’ve got your attention…Do you own a small business? The State Government is giving people like you the opportunity to access a number of Grants…interested?

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Cloud based accounting ups the ante in artificial intelligence

Cloud-based accounting giant Xero is launching some exciting new functions to save businesses time and money, including a Siri-style artificial intelligence to help them chase up outstanding accounts and manage their bank balances.

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Desktop and software as a service

Keeping ahead of the technology curve is one of the greatest challenges for businesses, big and small – particularly in this age of cyber security threats and rapid app development.

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Tips for start-ups

Starting an innovative small-to-medium business (SME) might start with a Eureka moment and an innovative idea but the real key to success lies in getting the most from your investment.

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4 Essential ingredients for customer retention

To do this successfully, take a look at these four key ingredients.

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Cyber crime

A new bug masquerading as an energy bill designed to hold your computer system to ransom is doing the rounds of Australian businesses, providing a timely reminder to ensure your system is protected.

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