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You can't even afford a frying pan!

Sometimes saying what clients need to hear is tough. But absolutely necessary.

With my practice I take on many roles other than bookkeeping. Small businesses’ come to me with more than their bookkeeping headaches. 393 more words


Thinking of opening a new business? Here's a helpful article from Intuit on avoiding legal issues.

“The last thing a new business owner wants to deal with is legal problems. If you’re planning to open a business, here are five things you can do to prevent troublesome legal issues from popping up.” 7 more words


I survived doing our own taxes (I think)

Over the last few weeks, I did the one thing I was sure I’d never do after leaving the Post: prepare my own taxes instead of paying a tax professional to do the work. 462 more words


Live from #TurboTaxLifeLine 2015

This week I had an amazing opportunity to join the TurboTax social team in San Diego for what Intuit calls “LifeLine”…the final push before tax day where Intuit employees gathered to help answer the thousands (and thousands) of last minute questions from customers before the filing deadline. 1,019 more words


The best thing my Accountant did was get rid of me!

As the title says. Yesterday one of my newest clients said “The best thing my Accountant did was get rid of me!”.

I love accountants! 502 more words


Sage One - welcome to the latest member of the cloud family

News that Sage has entered the Australian small business cloud-based accounting software market with a localised version of Sage One coupled with some wet weather over the Easter break presented me with the opportunity to road test this new product. 1,066 more words


Xero Inventory – has it closed the gap?

This week Xero released its long awaited inventory functionality. This was a significant milestone for Xero as the company had long identified inventory tracking as the missing piece of its core accounting functions and had been promising delivery for quite some time. 887 more words

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