Fairwork’s Employer Advsiory Service – Free

Fairwork has finally setup a service to offer free advice that can be relied upon by the employer. If you are unsure about a provision under the Award here is the opportunity to get free advice. Fair Work have now released an initiative for small business employers to receive free, tailored written advice about pay…

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Harnessing the Power of VoIP

Here at KBAS Bookkeeping, we have recently made the leap and have implemented a VoIP system. This was completely set up by Sunshine Coast Business Solution’s Dan Blunden. The term VoIP is an acronym for Voice Over Internet Protocol. Simply put, VoIP is a telecommunications technology that enables you to make and receive calls over…

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Networking Groups

Network Groups – Are they worth the effort? Earlier this year I joined a networking group, Business Beats. We meet every Tuesday outside of school holidays at the Goodlife Center. The reason I joined was to make connections with businesses that maybe able to assist my clients, small business owners, with things that are outside…

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Payroll Award Changes

Are you up to date with the latest payroll changes to the Retail Award? Changes to the Retail Award for casual staff take effect from tomorrow 1st November. In short, employers will have to pay casual staff more on Saturdays and also on weekdays (Monday to Friday) after 6pm. To see the changes to the…

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What do bookkeepers do?

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What do bookkeepers do? The simple answer is: “All the financial record keeping you don’t have the time or expertise to do properly”. A good bookkeeper will be a registered BAS Agent and a huge asset to your business because they have the knowledge and experience on how to accurately manage your business’s financial records.…

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Do I need a bookkeeper?

As a small business owner can you do it all yourself? When my daughter was a toddler her famous words where “I can do it myself” and for the most part she did. However there were limits, it could not harm her or others and it was not going to cause irreparable damage. For most…

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