Posts Tagged "training"

Workplace Training In Xero And Workflowmax

Posted by on Apr 29, 2015 in Blog

Workplace Training In Xero And Workflowmax

If there’s one thing that makes most entrepreneurs and creatives shudder, it’s the thought of doing the accounts.  It’s one of the few things that instantly shuts down their creativity. Yet managing your accounts is an essential part of managing your business. Without paying attention to your numbers, there is no way you can be secure and profitable. We understand exactly how you feel, and that’s why we’ve chosen to work with Xero and Workflowmax, and we can train you and your staff in how to use this great system. Introducing Xero and Workflowmax. Xero and Workflowmax are beautifully integrated. With just one click, you can move data between the two and eliminate double handling, thereby reducing your workload. But best of all, because the data flows between both apps, you can import your invoices and purchase orders from Xero into Workflowmax. Straight away you will be able to see how your business is doing, financially. You can see your profit or loss as you go. What are the benefits of Xero and Workflowmax? Track time without leaving the creative suite Access anywhere anytime Reporting metrics which highlight specific industries which earn you more money Complete visibility and transparency...

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Did You Make Any Of These End Of Year Mistakes?

Posted by on Jul 15, 2014 in Blog

Did You Make Any Of These End Of Year Mistakes?

If you are like many small business owners, you may be struggling with financial documents and accounting paperwork related to your end of year financial processes. Despite the importance of accurately completing these forms in a timely manner, there are several common mistakes that are made by small business owners as they near the end of their financial year. Are You Prepared? A recent survey of the members of the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) reveals that over 40% of small business owners needed more preparation to complete their end of year statements, and 4% were completely unprepared when they met with their accountants. While 56% of small business owners were well prepared, most still needed help from their accountant to tie up loose ends for their end of year paperwork to be complete. Keeping your records up-to-date, throughout the fiscal year, makes completing your end of the year financials easier on you and your accountant. Another common mistake that small business owners make is that over 58% wait until the end of the year to contact their accountant. If you aren’t having regular, consistent contact with your accountant, throughout the fiscal year, you are missing out on the...

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