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Prepare for the holiday season

If your business will be disrupted in some way by the Christmas, New Year and summer holiday season, then make sure you are prepared for it. If your business goes quiet, what steps do you need to take in order to reduce your overheads, do you need to have money saved to cover you throughout

Prepare for the holiday season2019-09-03T10:45:18+10:00

Starting a business

Starting a business is an exciting time. There are so many things to think about but you don’t want to miss any of the vital steps. I’d like to talk about a couple of the important things from an accounting perspective. Please remember, as always, that your own personal situation is going to be different

Starting a business2019-08-20T12:43:27+10:00

Saving for those expected expenses

This financial year make sure you know exactly what you will owe and save up for it. I find a simple approach is to have an online business savings account and each month work out how much BAS you will need to be paying, how much tax you need to be saving and any large

Saving for those expected expenses2019-08-01T13:54:50+10:00

Time to check-in: You, your team and your business

A leading cause of company failure in Australia that has been swapping between first and second place over the last seven years is ‘poor strategic management of business’. I find this very interesting. In fact, the top five nominated causes are all within the business owners’ control, with only the sixth being ‘poor economic conditions’.

Time to check-in: You, your team and your business2019-06-28T12:17:43+10:00

Top three must haves for the cloud

My three top tips Pick a productivity platform Get the right tools Protect your business 1. Pick a productivity platform - Office 365 or G Suite? Both Office 365 and G Suite provide the power of $100’s of dollars of cloud apps, in a single unified platform. Sorted is on Office 365, however other businesses

Top three must haves for the cloud2019-06-21T14:37:40+10:00

Using technology and innovation to improve service for clients

The last thing you want to experience is an IT failure, especially when you are busy. This month, take some time to reflect and review your IT systems. Is your small business protected from being hacked, data corruption or data loss? What measures can you put in place to reduce the risk of it

Using technology and innovation to improve service for clients2019-06-05T14:09:12+10:00

Top 3 must haves to prepare for the end of financial year

In this article, Trish Anderson from Anderson Tax Solutions shares her 'Sorted. Top 3 Must Haves' for small business owners in Australia to prepare for the end of a financial year. The end of financial year is a great time for small business owners to take stock. If you are organised enough to have all

Top 3 must haves to prepare for the end of financial year2019-05-28T13:44:46+10:00

Make next financial year a winner

Check in with your accountant this month to understand how your tax liability is tracking for this financial year. Do you need to make any adjustments, invest, spend, save? Don’t hide from doing this, as if it is good news you want to celebrate—and if it is bad news you need to be on the

Make next financial year a winner2019-05-17T11:58:13+10:00

Boom or bust at Christmas: Let’s get organised

Being organised in the lead up to the ‘silly season’ is essential if you want to thrive and not just survive! For many businesses, December acts as a magnifying glass and highlights any cracks that might otherwise be hidden. If you are the only person in the business (or home) that knows what to do, then there

Boom or bust at Christmas: Let’s get organised2019-05-17T11:59:18+10:00

A quick strategic check-up

A leading cause of company failure in Australia that has been swapping between first and second-place over the last seven years is 'Poor strategic management of business'. I find this very interesting. In fact, the top five nominated causes are all within the business owners control, with the 6th being 'Poor economic conditions'. The need to

A quick strategic check-up2018-11-24T09:18:51+10:00