COVID-19 has offered an opportunity to change business for the better, and advisors to small businesses are expecting the Government to make the most of it.
Jason Sharp from rural broadband provider Farmside, explains how business advisors can work with their rural clients to maximise online connectivity and boost operations.
Business advisors know the advice and help they’ve been offering clients has been invaluable in recent months. But how can they draw value from it?
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.
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.
Payroll is an important function for any business. Whether it’s handled internally or outsourced, here are the top 5 challenges payroll specialists solve for businesses every day, writes Jennie Kingma.
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.