At Xerocon last week, Xero announced their new ‘Auto pay’ feature, that allows your business to automatically collect payment from credit card or bank account details for repeating invoices.
Over the past couple of months we have received many queries from clients receiving suspicious emails from government agencies in regards to their financial information. Example of email received For this particular example, clients have been receiving letters from ASIC for the renewal of their company. Consider the following: If POOLE GROUP have set up
The sharing economy is booming thanks to the far-reaching capability of the internet and the growing use of smart phones. While it might have started as a good way to get a little more cash and fun, people often are unaware that sharing their private home or car with strangers or doing the lawn for
In the first six months of 2016, Scamwatch has reported Australians have lost over $48 million to scams.
Last week, several of our team members headed down to Brisbane for the coveted Xerocon. A technology conference aimed at Accountants & Bookkeepers (which at first you wouldn’t have though so) with entertainment with the likes of a cartoonist, a Hindu priest, dunny putt-putt, seesaws, and a flash mob. Our team walked away from the
In the past few months, we’ve found that the ATO has been relentless on those failing to lodge their tax returns (or other documents) on time. An individual has recently been slugged with a combined penalty of $1750 for not lodging their 2014 & 2015 tax return.