Written on 26 May, 2011 by Charlotte Norman

Top 10 tax tips Take the strain out of the end of the financial year! It’s that time of the year again where the tax man comes knocking and expects you to have all your financials in tip-top condition. Small business owners can often feel the strain as the end of the tax year... Read more
Categories: Reach Accounting | Tags: accounting software, tax

Written on 10 January, 2011 by Larry Bloch

$1000 import GST exemption - small businesses suffer In ancient times, being the bearer of bad tidings was a risky profession. Great leaders chose their messengers carefully. If the message was that bad, there was no need to use a highly ranked messenger, because everyone assumed that he would be killed upon delivery. A higher ranked messenger was... Read more
Categories: CEO Blog | Tags: government, tax

Written on 01 June, 2006 by Joe Kaleb

Year end tax planning strategies for small businesses Year end tax planning for small business owners is essentially the use of legitimate strategies to accelerate deductions and to defer the recognition of income. Where the business owner has chosen to adopt the “Simplified Tax System” (STS), there are a different set of rules applying to some of these... Read more
Categories: Accounting & Finance, Small Business | Tags: small business, tax

Written on 01 June, 2006 by Netregistry

Accounting automatons Remember how the rise of the PC was going to free us from mundane tasks, opening up great swathes of time for more interesting activities? Accounting software is one area where that promise came true. Helen Bradley considers the options. It’s not a glamour application but accounting software is, nevertheless,... Read more
Categories: Accounting & Finance | Tags: accounting, tax