Whether you’re a sole trader looking to improve your business finances or just starting out in small business, understanding cashflow statements should be top of your priorities list.
Small business owners have managed a heroic amount of change in the past 12 months, which is going to impact their EOFY. Here are five things to watch.
Are you running a business that is developing innovative products or processes? You may be eligible for substantial tax breaks through the RDTI.
Sometimes you’ve got to spend money to make money, and the Instant Asset Write-Off is designed to help Kiwi businesses do exactly that.
Occasionally, tax claims made by small businesses extend into the fanciful, and that can land business owners in hot water with Inland Revenue.
It’s been coming for a while, but the E-File system goes offline in April 2021, making now the ideal time for tax agents to make the switch.
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.
This end of financial year, MYOB is highlighting the important role that women play in the economy, and cheering the nation on as we continue to close the gender gap in financial literacy.
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.