Tax planning in 2021 will be a little different this year. As part of Xero’s Education Month, we are offering a webinar to give accountants and bookkeepers peace of mind as we head into April.
From better client relationships to faster data retrieval, we reveal the true strategic benefits of automated workflows – and why it’s so important.
This month, we’ve focused on enhancing our existing products on the Xero platform. Our teams use the ‘test, learn, refine’ principle to continuously improve the features you use every day, so you can streamline your accounting work and grow your business.
The ongoing challenges with COVID-19 restrictions and lockdowns hasn’t been easy on our teams, and continues to impact our customers and partners around the world.
There are still many unknowns ahead, but there are some things small businesses can start to plan for – these include a number of developments set to impact payroll in 2021.
None of us can predict what 2021 will hold—but it’s guaranteed that digital adoption will continue to have a transformative role on the way we do business.
A handbook, alone, won’t cut it. Ongoing training is key
Ahead of the festive season, we conducted a survey analysing the shopping intentions and behaviours of 1,000 Australians, and how they feel about purchasing from small businesses for Christmas presents this year.
We all know small business owners have been pivoting fast, planning ahead and working to excel across all areas of business. That’s not an easy task at any time.
The omnibus bill containing a raft of the federal budget’s tax measures has now been passed by both houses of Parliament.