ATO recommends that small businesses seek support

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There’s no doubt that Coronavirus has brought trying times to everyone. However, at the heart of adversity have been small business owners nationwide. The Australian Tax Office have released a new article to their website noting that “running a business in times like these can add stress which may affect your mental health.” There are […]

Payroll discrepancies costing businesses millions

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You’ve heard it before: Doing your own bookkeeping, payroll and accounting can result in costly mistakes. For The University of Newcastle, payroll mistakes have cost $6 million in errors over a six-year period. These errors were results of the mismanagement of “overtime, span of hours, minimum engagement and meal allowance provisions.” Read more Worried you might be making mistakes? […]

Accounting bodies unite for mental health training

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Several accounting bodies across Australia and New Zealand have banded together to advocate the mental health first aid upskilling for accountants working with small businesses. This comes off the back of last year’s $1 million grant through the National Health and Medical Research Council who were developing mental health training material. These organisations believe this […]