As we celebrate women in business in the lead up to EOFY, we’re turning the focus to the financial literacy gap – and the roles we can all play in closing it.
There’s a historical stigma about the bookkeeper as some kind of bean counter, but thinking like this may cause you to miss out on the best value information you can glean from your business finances at a very important time of year.
Four-day weekends, public holidays, restricted shop trading days, leave entitlements, days in lieu… Easter can feel like the perfect storm for small businesses or those taking on payroll alone.
The end of the financial year can be a frantic and stressful time, especially if you’re in your first year of business, but it doesn’t have to be. This article contains everything you need to know to set off in the right direction.
If your business produces or purchases stock for the market, you’ll likely need to do at least one stocktake at the end of the financial year for tax reasons.
The end of the financial year can be stressful time for business owners, especially you’re trying to squeeze in EOFY bookkeeping on top of the day-to-day operations of the business.
With one week to go until EOFY you’ve more than likely got your head deep in your company’s figures – what an opportunity to start planning!
As the end of the financial year (EOFY) fast approaches, you may have started to think about bringing in a professional to help you through.