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  • 28
    Aug
    140827_Open

    Is Australia really open for business?

    By Jenny Nedanovski As Prime Minister Tony Abbott continues to remind us that Australia is ‘open for business’, recent discussions have brought to question just how conducive the business environment really is, especially for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs). According to a research by the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand, tax compliance is costing SMEs approximately $18.4 billion a year. The average gross tax compliance cost is approximately $11,000 a year. …

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  • 28
    Aug
    Ep4_TrevorYoung

    Episode 4: Content marketing 101 with Trevor Young

    Trevor Young, PR warrior, keynote speaker, consultant and writer, is a veritable mine of information when it comes to content marketing strategy. His content philosophy focuses on getting three things right: passion, purpose, and strategic intent. In today’s episode, he discusses loads of tips, ideas and strategies around getting your practice into a content marketing mindset. Trevor answers key content marketing questions, such as: …

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  • 27
    Aug
    140827_AASBCarmenRidley

    Getting to know the voice of small accounting firms on the AASB

    When I was given the opportunity to interview Australian Accounting Standards Board (AASB) board member Carmen Ridley, I expected a trek to the busy business end of Bourke Street, Melbourne. Instead, I found myself nestled beside a log fire in a gorgeous home – itself comfortably nestled into a bushy hillside on the Mornington Peninsula. And while the view over the valley was interrupted by a disappointingly opaque morning fog, the company more than made up for it. …

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  • 15
    Aug
    140815_growth

    Rewarding growing businesses in the mid-market

    Tim Reed recently had the pleasure of judging & attending the 2014 Telstra Australian Business of the Year award.  As always, it was a fantastic event for Tim, signifying a huge celebration for the drivers of our economy – small and medium businesses across Australia. “These awards are very special to us at MYOB. In 1996 when we had just 40 employees and around 70,000 clients, we entered the awards. The application process, then as it does now, forced us to reflect on where we'd come from and where we were going. Never did we imagine that we'd win ... but win we did,” says Tim. He still views winning the Australian Business o …

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  • 15
    Aug
    SavvyAccountant_Ep3

    Episode 3: Beyond the traditional accountant-client relationship

    18 months ago, Amanda Gascoigne was at a crossroad. Her accounting practice Gascoigne Consulting was about to celebrate its 15th year in business, and was growing from strength to strength. She had to make a decision: grow or consolidate. While growth made sense, Amanda had long held a dream to mentor startups – beyond the advice normally offered by accountants. So she closed the books, removed slow-paying clients, and consolidated. This would provide her the space to finally realise her dream. …

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  • 14
    Aug
    140814_EDPayGlobal

    MYOB expands offering for larger business in Australia and New Zealand

    I would like to share with you the exciting announcement from MYOB today that we have signed an agreement to purchase PayGlobal – a leader in HR and payroll solutions. PayGlobal is a very successful company that was established in 1991. It has gone from strength to strength and over half a million employees across Australia and New Zealand now use its payroll software. Customers include Kmart (NZ), The Warehouse (NZ), Vodafone, Compass, The Good Guys and Trademe - and in fact MYOB is also a customer of PayGlobal. …

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