Canadian CPA and entrepreneur Ryan Lazanis returns in this second instalment on ditching the traditional office and running a remote accounting firm – a topic many local accounting firm owners will find insightful.
Canadian CPA and entrepreneur Ryan Lazanis shares his tale of striking out on his own – and ditching the traditional office in the process, shining a light on what’s possible for accountants in Australia and New Zealand.
It’s no secret. The accounting and bookkeeping industry loves a conference, and Head of Clients and Partners Ingrid Cronin-Knight is convinced INCITE 2019 will be at the top of your list for events to attend this year. Here’s why.
Over the past couple of years, MYOB has employed somewhere in the region of 500 new developers. What could they all possibly be doing I hear you ask? The answer, I’m glad to say, is “a lot”.
Bookkeepers and accountants working in regional New Zealand are used to covering lots of ground in a short period of time. That’s why MYOB’s regional INCITE events are designed to do the same, which means more value for your time spent in transit.
If you’re providing payroll management services for clients, you’ll be preparing for mandatory payday filing well before 1 April 2019. But you may not realise there are several, significant opportunities on offer.
At MYOB, we have long been advocates for what we call the ‘Connected Practice’; freeing up the more process-driven parts of the accounting role to allow firms and practitioners more time and a better baseline for value-adding advisory services; this is coming to light as we predicted.
If you’re providing payroll services for clients, you’ll need to be organised for payday filing well before the April 2019 deadline. Even then it will have an impact on your day-to-day operations.