Here’s how MYOB Practice solves many common headaches for bookkeepers and accountants now, and into the future.
The COVID-19 lockdown has suddenly forced businesses to accept remote work arrangements (at least temporarily). For advisors, now’s the time to take action.
Getting better at BAS is now more important than ever. If you help SME clients process their BAS, you have a big opportunity to make a difference.
Driven by a combination of tech development and regulatory change, the evolution of bookkeeping continues apace in 2020. In this piece, First Class Accounts’ Richard Oster discusses four of the main trends to watch.
Every year the MYOB INCITE roadshow brings together the best in accounting and bookkeeping across Australia and New Zealand, so they can lift the lid on the tech they need to support their clients.
As Global Bookkeeping Week comes to an end for 2019, we take a look at some of the trends that will be shaping the profession in 2020 and beyond.
Partner Spotlight: Q&A with Tall Books’ Samuel Burmeister In the latest instalment of our series highlighting the tireless work of our accounting and bookkeeping partners, we discuss all things bookkeeping with Samuel Burmeister, owner of Tall Books.
This month’s Partner Spotlight stars owner and operator of First Class Accounts (Vermont), Carol Girvan, who talks us through the highs and lows of running a bookkeeping firm while travelling the country.
Last night, MYOB recognised accounting and bookkeeping excellence in Australia and New Zealand at its 11th annual Partner Connect Gala Dinner, with Kyelie Baxter and Lynley Averis awarded Certified Consultant of the Year for Australia and New Zealand respectively.