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Top Xero time saving tips

Top Xero timesavers to help you run your business more efficiently

If you are short on time, take a peek at a few Xero time-saving tips.

Work smarter, not harder

Global search

Global search is available to all Xero users from most screens in Xero. Use it as a shortcut to open other screens, or to ‘add new’ transactions.

Open global search from the magnifying glass in the navigation menu, or press forward slash (/) on your keyboard, and search for the screen you need.

Another option is to use shortcut keys when searching. You can see a list of these on-screen now. In most cases, the shortcut keys are the first initial of the screen name, such as ‘B’ for Bills or ‘R’ for Reports.

Bank feeds

Arguably the best time-saving feature in Xero, and one of the favourites amongst many of our users, bank feeds! Xero connects with thousands of banks across the globe to securely import bank statement lines into your Xero organisation on a daily basis.

If you’re using online banking already then connecting a bank feed is a no brainer. If you’re yet to add your bank account in Xero, you’ll be prompted to connect a feed when setting up. If your bank account is already set up, you can click ‘Get bank feeds’ at any time to connect a feed.

Once connected, your bank statement lines will automatically appear in Xero, ready to reconcile. This saves you from manually entering statement lines, making bank reconciliation much easier.

User roles

One saying we love is “work smarter, not harder”, and that couldn’t be truer when it comes to Xero user roles. Why should you do all the work when you have staff that can help?

Security is an important part of all businesses and it’s key when more and more businesses are running online. That’s why it’s so important to give your staff the correct level of access.

There are different user levels with great customisation in Xero, which means you can invite your staff AND accountant into your organisation. Not only does this come with your subscription, but it also means that staff can take on some of the workload. This frees you up to concentrate on some of the more important areas of the business – or maybe give you time back to spend with family.

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Notch Above Bookkeeping are Platinum Certified Xero bookkeepers and BAS Agents. We help small businesses across Australia to prepare their BAS returns and streamline their bookkeeping processes, payroll and accounting records using cloud technology. Call us to find out how on 1300 015 130 today.

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Is your business analysing the rise in data to better understand customers?

The COVID crisis has prompted businesses to become more customer-centric

Those that don’t go down this road may struggle to compete.

Is your company collecting data that helps you understand your customers better and putting it to use when you engage with them?

If the answer is ‘no’, you’re behind the eight ball and it may be to your commercial detriment, perhaps catastrophically so, in the months and years to come.

That’s because the worst pandemic in a century didn’t just up-end economies and societies, it also transformed the way consumers acquire goods and services and interact with organisations.

Last year’s cyber surge

Australia, for example, saw an unprecedented surge in e-commerce activity as stuck-at-home shoppers let their fingers do the walking during April and May’s nationwide shutdowns and through the remainder of that strange, socially distant year.

NAB’s Online Retail Sales Index: January 2021 revealed Australians spent $45.61 billion on online retail between January 2020 and January 2021; a whopping 49.1 per cent increase on the previous year’s figures. That number, which represents around 12.9 per cent of the total retail trade estimate, is expected to continue growing, as shoppers eschew bricks and mortar experiences for the convenience and safety of digital browsing.

Australians aren’t just spending their hard-earned online. Increasingly, they’re using digital channels to research goods and services and interact with organisations before, during and after the purchase process.

For many organisations, that’s necessitated the adoption of additional digital channels – think web chat, SMS and apps – to allow customers to connect with them, whenever and wherever it suits.

Organising with the data deluge

The upshot of this dash to digital? A deluge of customer data pouring into organisations via multiple channels.

In many enterprises, that data is stored in a series of silos where it can be accessed and analysed, to obtain an understanding of a customer’s dealings with the company, via the channel in question.

Savvy businesses, however, are doing things differently. They’re using new generation customer data platforms (CDPs) to aggregate customer data from across all channels and sources – web, mobile, server and cloud. And they’re analysing it to create a complete picture of individual customers’ motivations, preferences and behaviour patterns.

So much so that Twilio Segment’s Customer Data Platform was processing over a trillion API calls a month by the end of 2020 – a 100 per cent increase on the previous year’s figure of 500 billion.

Keeping the customer satisfied

So, what are those ahead-of-the-curve businesses doing with the insights they’re amassing about their customers?

For most, the overarching goal is to create seamless, compelling customer experiences in real-time, in both the virtual and real-life realms. That’s because, in a crowded market, customer experience can be the only significant point of difference between an organisation and its competitors – and enough of a reason for one-time buyers to become loyal, repeat customers.

Hence, we’re seeing businesses use their aggregated data to inform digital advertising campaigns via Facebook, Pixel and Google ads, email marketing mailshots via Mailchimp and Braze, and interactions with customers via platforms like Salesforce, HubSpot and Zendesk.

Laggards lose out

And businesses that don’t take this data-driven approach to interacting with customers and delivering experiences that meet and exceed their expectations? Increasingly, they’ll find themselves left behind; struggling to remain relevant and compelling, at a time when cash-strapped and cost-conscious consumers have every reason not to spend.

Investing in a customer data platform is the starting point for every enterprise that’s serious about doing more with digital. For Australian businesses yet to take this high-tech step, the stakes are high and the clock is ticking.

Get onto cloud bookkeeping in your business

Xero is Australia’s most popular cloud-based bookkeeping and accounting software. Transform your business with real-time financial reports by making the switch to Xero.

Notch Above Bookkeeping are Platinum Certified Xero bookkeepers and BAS Agents. We help small businesses across Australia to prepare their BAS returns and streamline their bookkeeping processes, payroll and accounting records using cloud technology. Call us to find out how on 1300 015 130 today.

Article first published by Dynamic Business on 4 May 2021 at

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Digital bookkeeping for business

The benefits of a digital bookkeeping expert in your business

Bookkeeping using traditional mediums such as hard copy invoicing, spreadsheets or desktop software can create high costs in business.

They’re also notorious time thieves!

However, cloud bookkeeping lets you liaise with your customers accurately, cost-effectively and measurably. Plus, not to mention that you can easily pay your employees on time and make sure you’re keeping on top of your employer and superannuation obligations.

Small to medium-sized businesses owners typically spend too much time keeping the books as it is hard to get experienced digital bookkeeping professionals with apt skills to work within the business. Therefore, outsourcing digital bookkeeping services to an experienced cloud bookkeeping specialist is becoming more widespread among business owners. Outsourcing is easy and streamlined without the need to hire skilled bookkeepers on the payroll.

We’re super excited to see how last week’s Budget measures play out. Particularly the announced investment incentives for the digital economy and the expansion of small business digital support services.

Digital and cloud solutions are very much on the government’s agenda. Partnering with a digital bookkeeping provider, like Notch Above Bookkeeping, helps you achieve your goals, enhances your business reputation, and lets you attract and keep more customers. In coming weeks we’ll explain the top benefits of having a digital bookkeeping expert working for your business.

Here’s the bottom line

If your team lacks the skills, expertise or time, then why not partner with Notch Above Bookkeeping? Being a small business, we understand the value of your business goals. Our team of experienced bookkeeping specialists have years of industry exposure across a number of niches.

We can seamlessly transition your bookkeeping to the cloud, identify the top-performing drivers of your business, improve your business efficiency, plan a strategy to put accurate financials in front of you every month or quarter, and help you better organise your payroll and customers no matter where your business is located within Australia.

Want help with the creation of a customised cloud bookkeeping solution? Reach out to our cloud bookkeeping specialists at Notch Above Bookkeeping to get started.

Simply fill out the form here, and a member of our team will be in touch »

Notch Above Bookkeeping has been providing business owners with accurate and timely bookkeeping services that makes them more efficient and gives them peace of mind for 15 years. Let us help take your business to the next level of bookkeeping digitally, via the cloud! Call us on 1300 015 130.

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Switch now to Online services for business

Online services for business is here

It is replacing the Business Portal and the electronic superannuation audit tool (eSAT).

With a range of new features, this new service allows you to interact with the ATO in a more contemporary way.

Online services for business can be accessed on multiple devices, including smart devices like your phone or tablet.

To start using Online services for business, log in with your myGovID as you did for the Business Portal.

Users are enjoying the new functionalities and have provided positive feedback.

The Business Portal will close soon so make the switch to Online services for business today!

To access Online services for business, go to

Notch Above Bookkeeping are Platinum Certified Xero bookkeepers and BAS Agents. We help small business owners across Australia (especially medical specialists such as dentists, orthodontists, optometrists and anaesthetists) to prepare BAS returns and streamline their bookkeeping processes, payroll and accounting records using cloud technology.

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2021 Bookkeeping Firm of the Year finalist

2021 Australian Accounting Awards

Notch Above Bookkeeping shortlisted in the Australian Accounting Awards 2021

Notch Above Bookkeeping has been named a finalist in the Australian Accounting Awards for Bookkeeping Firm of the Year!

The Australian Accounting Awards recognises and acknowledges the achievements of individuals and firms, whether they are in the profession’s most senior ranks or if they’re a rising star within the industry, and rewards them with a prestigious and highly sought-after accolade and national exposure for their contributions.

The finalist list, which was announced on 11 May 2021, features over 300 high-achieving accounting professionals across 36 submission-based categories.

Head of Business Services, Belinda Lever, said she was humbled to be recognised and proud to be named as a finalist in the Australian Accounting Awards 2021.

“Our team’s recognition for excellence in bookkeeping reinforces the strength of our service and dedication to engaging with our clients and connecting with the community.”

“Bookkeeping professionals have been at the forefront of the economic crisis since the start of the pandemic and each has risen to the challenge to support business owners and the broader business community.”

Jotham Lian, Editor at Accountants Daily said, “To the finalists of this year’s awards, congratulations for consistently delivering the best service and outcomes for your clients over the past 12 months.”

“The 2021 awards will be like no other, shining a light on the professionals and firms who led the industry during a time of unprecedented change through the past year of constant obstacles and challenges.”

As digital disruption and automation continue to play out in the accounting industry, successful bookkeeping firms are those that can rise above and continue to capitalise on the business opportunities associated with their vital services.

This award recognises the bookkeeping firm that most effectively drove business growth during 2020, utilising a range of business development principles and tactics. As well as looking at support and servicing initiatives, this award considers the activities, strategies and actions of each bookkeeping firm finalist in terms of driving growth and efficiency.

Winners will be announced at a gala ceremony in Sydney on 18 June 2021. Review a full list of this year’s finalists here.

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Winning and keeping talent

How business owners can win and keep the right talent in 2021

The ongoing uncertainty around COVID-19 has resulted in an unstable economy, with the impact on the job market hard to predict.

Despite this, many small business owners remain optimistic about the coming months.

In fact, Xero’s latest research revealed that almost half (48 per cent) of SME owners believe small businesses will be key to kickstarting the economy once lockdown and tier systems are relaxed – positive news for jobseekers.

Still, optimism must be met with preparation. If you’re a small business owner, here are four ways to set yourself apart as a top employer. 

Offer autonomy 

Many of the ways that COVID-19 has changed the way we work are here to stay, and business owners need to learn how to support their employees in the ‘new nine to five’. For example, in a post-Covid world, some employees may prefer working in an office for structure and collaboration, while others will require flexible working to flourish. It’ll be challenging for both employers and employees to strike the right balance. However, the companies that stand out post-Covid will be the ones that pay attention to how the pandemic has affected their employees’ needs and working styles, and then adapt accordingly.

Invest in your technology

The pandemic has been a catalyst for growth for the adoption of many new tech tools. Our research suggests that over a quarter (26 per cent) of small business owners are now using technology that is increasing the productivity of their business. It also suggests one in five (20 per cent) are looking to invest in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to automate parts of their business. This explosion of technology means a prospective employee may choose to leave your employment to work with a more technology-savvy competitor.

Staying at the forefront of technology with cutting-edge software will position your business as ambitious and forward-thinking. Technology has been at the heart of helping firms adapt throughout the pandemic, and business owners should not underestimate the role it will have in the economic bounceback.

Build an effective employee value and wellbeing proposition

Ensuring the mental and physical wellbeing of employees should not be a reactive exercise when adversity strikes, but a continual process of prevention and protection. In order for employees to thrive, they need to know that their employers care for them around the clock, and not just through challenging times.

Forward-looking businesses will empower employees to find the right mix of tools for their individual needs. For some, this could mean safeguarding time to recharge or prioritise sleep or exercise. Others might carve out time for mindfulness or disconnecting from technology.

Another central element of your employee value proposition is compensation and benefits. To attract top talent, you should reevaluate existing employee packages and ensure you’re making an attractive offer, because giving people what they deserve pays dividends.

Keep your business accountable on diversity

A recent survey by McKinsey & Company showed that nine out of ten executives have found executing their DEI strategies challenging during the pandemic. Although companies have responded rapidly, employees, and in particular diverse employees – including women, LGBTQ+, people of colour and working parents – have struggled the most in the pandemic. The result is that only one in six employees from a diverse background feel supported. This means business owners now have a clear opportunity to build a more equitable and inclusive workplace that strengthens their organisations far beyond COVID-19.

Employees have never required more support than they do right now. For many, this period has been a time of uncovering a radical new approach to work and to life, and this might mean new or higher expectations from employers in a post-COVID world.

Businesses that seize the moment by paying attention, listening to their employees and remaining responsive to changing themes will not only be better placed to support their employees, but will drive sustainable business performance and attract a wider pool of talent to drive future growth.

Notch Above can take care of all the bookkeeping tasks you would rather not do, like bank reconciliations, supplier payments, payroll processing, invoicing and debtor management and BAS returns. We set up systems and checklists to ensure nothing is missed and things are processed when it suits you. We can be involved as little or as much as you like, we give you the flexibility to decide what’s best for your business. Call us today on 1300 015 130.

Source: Xero

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Knowing your financials is vital for success in 2021

The uncertainty of last year is in the rearview, but a bumpy road still lies ahead

More than ever, businesses need to understand and manage their finances to navigate the new terrain of 2021, not just to survive but thrive.

2020 lost some great companies, and the years to come will take more. So how can you begin protecting yourself and your investments when the landscape is still shifting below your feet?

Below are some essential tips to consider:

Know your tolerance for financial risk

According to’s Local Economic Impact Report, for more than 97,966 businesses, 2020 caught them off guard, causing them to close their doors permanently. Though traffic is picking up for some, there is no promise that revenue will get better for all businesses.

Are you ready to put it all on the line? If you are, there is success out there. If you’re not, you may need to consider a strategic pivot seriously.

OK, now that we have gotten that out of the way. Let’s move on to some positive action steps.

Build a budget

We know we can not predict what lies ahead. However, we can learn from the past, make educated assumptions, and create a budget for the possibility of a tumultuous 2021.

To help plan a tentative budget, here are a few questions you should ask:

  • What was revenue like in January and February of 2020?
  • How did it compare to profits in April of 2020?
  • What do you experience as the pandemic restrictions ease/tighten?
  • Do seasonal changes affect your revenue?
  • Do you have revenue streams that continue to grow?
  • Have you increased or decreased expenses during the pandemic?

No one knows what’s in store for business owners in 2021, but we do know that to survive 2021, business owners need to understand the financial basics for their business. Utilising powerful apps to build a budget will help you do just that.

Know your goals

For some businesses, making goals for 2021 might seem elusive, especially coming out of a year like 2020. However, by taking the time to define your goals, you will find the grit you need to stay in the fight.

Success isn’t by chance. Simply dreaming and hoping for growth in 2021 will not cut it.

  • Tips to setting achievable goals:
  • It’s still OK to dream big
  • Write your goals down
  • Set achievable milestones
  • Share your goals
  • Work on your goals daily
  • Be SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Time-bound)

Actively analyse finances

By consistently running a balance sheet and updating your financial statements, you’ll always have your thumb on the pulse of your business. There are excellent apps available on the Xero App Marketplace to do just this. If you are uncomfortable building various reports, get help from a trusted advisor like an accountant or bookkeeper who will help you understand your economic landscape.

Understand your cash flow

Businesses are showing a steady improvement in their spending outlook as 2021 gets underway. As a business owner, you need to know where to spend your money and where to pull it back.

Though a business can look successful on paper, businesses fail at an alarming rate due to cash flow. It is essential to shorten the days between spend and collection from sales. The fewer days between the two means more cash on hand and less you will need to borrow. Developing a cash flow projection will ensure you have the money to pay vendors, staff, lenders, and yourself. Here are some apps that can help.

Separate business and personal

It’s more important to separate business from personal finances in 2021. Making the separation will ensure you treat your business like an independent entity while protecting your financial circumstances with a ‘corporate veil’. This type of protection makes the company accountable for any debts or legal responsibilities rather than holding the owner personally accountable.

Save for emergencies

For lots of companies, during economic downturns, they stop serving their current customers and start desperately looking for new customers. A better approach is to produce new products and services for customers who already know and love you. Your customers will let you know how to stay in business. Consider taking the necessary steps to listen to your customers by giving them a way to connect with you 24/7. Don’t stop there. Listen to them with the intent to act. Your customers are letting you know how you can serve them better.

Remember, other companies are looking for new customers, and if you are not tending to yours, your competition will.

Focus on the future, not the past

2020 was devastating for the world in many regards, but there is still a bright future ahead. We must learn from our past, but we mustn’t stay in our past. The future is in our imagination, so why not imagine a future of possibilities. When you set your goals, budget, or strategies, be realistic but still shoot for the stars.

Be agile

Be prepared for anything; you have got to be able to think on your toes. 2021 will not give you the time to cut through red tape. If you’re too slow to open the door when opportunity knocks, it will head over to your competitor’s open door.

Become more efficient by automating redundant tasks to free up management from routine, time-consuming tasks and allow them to engage in business strategies to increase profits and customer service.

Be adaptable

Success comes to those that can roll with the punches. Many businesses failed due to their inability to be adaptable. You should be able to pivot at a moment’s notice in good times or bad. This past year we saw restaurants close in droves while others seemed to thrive. The difference was the quick adjustment to delivery and curbside service.

Showcase your differentiation

In 2021 brand connections are becoming more critical for consumers. Customers are now looking for brands they can trust and support during these challenging times.

Companies need to step up and show they are willing to provide superior customer service, operational excellence, clear and transparent communication, and affordable products. Especially in times of struggle, people are looking for assurance that good is out there.

Now is the time to shine and show others you care.

Remember your ‘why’

Most important, you have got to remember why you went into business in the first place. Do you have clarity around the ‘why’ of your business? No? That’s ok, but it’s time to figure it out. It is not about making money; that is the result. Your why should be the purpose, cause, or belief behind the reason your organisation exists. Knowing why you are in business can help you make hard choices, stay focused on your goals, and take the necessary risks needed to succeed.

The landscape is uncertain for 2021, but there is reason to be optimistic. Businesses who stimulate growth with new products and services create jobs and infuse the economy with the money it needs to recover.

Notch Above Bookkeeping are Platinum Certified Xero bookkeepers and BAS Agents. We help small business owners across Australia (including medical specialists such as dentists, orthodontists, optometrists and anaesthetists) to prepare BAS returns and streamline their bookkeeping processes, payroll and accounting records using cloud technology.

Source: Xero

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Xero Verify Multi-Factor Authentication

Why Xero is securing your account with Multi-Factor Authentication

As more people around the world embrace digital technologies, the number of cyber attacks continues to increase.

One of the most common types of cybercrime is phishing, designed to access your online accounts and steal your personal and business information.

As custodians of your data, Xero takes that responsibility very seriously. They don’t just tick the boxes when it comes to security – they go above and beyond to make sure Xero is the most trusted platform for small businesses.

To make sure your Xero account continues to be secure, Xero is making Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) mandatory for all Xero customers globally in the year ahead.

A global change to protect your business

MFA is a log in verification process that goes beyond typing in your username and password. It gives you access to your account using something you know (your username and password) and something you have (your mobile device or computer).

Think of it like putting an additional bolt on the door. It’s a small but important thing that significantly reduces the risk of unauthorised access to your account, because it’s much harder to steal something you know and something you have.

In fact, research shows that MFA can prevent up to 80% of data breaches. The beauty of using your phone as an authentication method is that it’s always with you, which means you can still access your Xero account anywhere, at any time.

Introducing the new Xero Verify app

To give you fast, easy and secure access to your account using MFA, Xero has created their own authenticator app called Xero Verify. It’s built using the highest security standards and gives confidence that your account access is in safe hands.

When MFA became mandatory in Australia, Xero saw a significant drop in account takeovers. Xero expects it won’t be long before other governments take Australia’s lead. So like everything security at Xero, they’re staying ahead of the game and making it mandatory for all customers globally.

Xero Verify is now available free of charge in the Apple and Google app stores. It only takes a few minutes to set up and sends a push notification to your phone when you log in, so you can just tap and go. We know you’re busy, so Xero has made it beautifully fast and easy to use.

Notch Above Bookkeeping are Platinum Certified Xero bookkeepers and BAS Agents. We help small business owners across Australia (especially medical specialists such as dentists, orthodontists, optometrists and anaesthetists) to prepare BAS returns and streamline their bookkeeping processes, payroll and accounting records using cloud technology.

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Top tips to get your books in shape for year-end

Enjoying a stressless financial year-end

The financial year-end can be a stressful time for small businesses that don’t have their bookkeeping in order. But it doesn’t have to be.

Here’s what you need to get through it, including our tips on how to minimise the drama.

Helpful definitions

What is the Australian financial year? The Australian financial year (also the Australian tax year) runs from 1 July to 30 June. At midnight on 30 June, your business books are closed for the year and you report your financial situation to the government. They use this information to figure out how much tax you owe.

Profit and loss (P&L) statement In its simplest form, a P&L statement shows your income (or revenue) in one column, and your expenses (or costs) in another. Expenses are subtracted from income to show how profitable your business is.

Balance sheet A balance sheet summarises your assets and liabilities. Assets are things the business owns, like work tools, vehicles and cash in the bank. An invoice that you’ve sent but which hasn’t yet been paid is also an asset. Liabilities include debts and bills that you’ve received but haven’t yet paid.

How to have a better end of financial year

For the new financial year, try to set up systems that:

  • limit the amount of work you have to do at tax time
  • give you a running report of business performance (so you don’t have to wait till this time next year to find out how you’re doing)
  • create an automatic audit trail

Online accounting software automates data entry, so your books are always up to date. That’s great for the end of financial year and tax season, but it also means you can create a P&L statement or a balance sheet whenever you like – not just at tax time. And because you’ll have digital records of everything, there’s no need to fear an audit if one comes knocking at your door.

Other crucial things to consider

Some business owners find it useful to use this information like a checklist to keep on track and improve their systems:

  • Use only business bank accounts to pay business bills
  • Get online accounting software that retrieves transaction data straight from your bank
  • Stay on top of bank reconciliation so income and expenses are correctly classified
  • Lodge accurate and up-to-date BAS returns – if not attend to lodgement, arrange an ATO plan and consider how you can keep up to date in the new financial year
  • Ensure super guarantee (SG) contributions are accurate and up-to-date
  • Are your Single Touch Payroll lodgements up to date?
  • Reconcile your payroll and ensure this agrees to Single Touch Payroll lodgements and BAS returns lodged
  • Have your bookkeeper review your automatic bank rules and the GST codes assigned
    to the P&L and Balance Sheet items to ensure you are lodging accurate BAS
  • If your business carries stock, ensure you complete and end of year stocktake

Also, review your Balance Sheet and P&L to ensure you have completed the following items:

  • Bank accounts, petty cash, credit cards, loans and HP/Chattel Mortgages are reconciled
  • Compare your Accounts Receivables and Payables reports to amounts shown on the Balance Sheet to ensure no ‘out of balance’
  • GST and PAYG withholding accounts are reconciled to the June BAS
  • Wages and Superannuation in the P&L are reconciled to the Single Touch Payroll Lodgements
  • Amounts in suspense have been allocated to the appropriate ledger account or, if unsure, complete note in the memo to assist your bookkeeper to determine the correct treatment
  • Personal expenses have not been claimed as business expenses
  • Material differences to the prior year can be properly explained

No wonder business owners’ heads can be left spinning after reading all of that! But that’s where a safe pair of hands like a business bookkeeper can be worth their weight in gold, especially one that uses up to date technology so you and your advisers (and even the Tax Office) can review your business information in real time whenever they need to.

Notch Above Bookkeeping are Platinum Certified Xero bookkeepers and BAS Agents. We help small business owners across Australia to prepare BAS returns and streamline their bookkeeping processes, payroll and accounting records using cloud technology. Call us on 1300 015 130.

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