As an employer, you must make superannuation contributions for each of your eligible employees under SG law, introduced from 1 July 1992. Currently the minimum employer contribution is 9.5% of an employee’s ‘ordinary time earnings’. The 9.5% is not payable on
Once you have determined the NATURE of the engagement of the individual as an employee, you need to understand your obligations and their rights under the National Employment Standards & your relevant Industry Award. The FairWork website has a fantastic
As an Employer, it is crucial for you to understand employment-related legislations and your obligations surrounding the engagement of people to work within your business (employing staff). There are taxes, minimum pay, annual leave, maternity leave, superannuation and employee rights
Gross Profit vs Net Profit Gross Profit is your sales revenue (income) less the direct expenses (cost of goods sold) of your business. Cost of goods sold are those costs related directly to the production, distribution or provision of products and
Reading through some online articles this morning really had me shaking my head a little at the confusion over the concept of a cloud-based practice, and what operating within the cloud ecosystem entails. The cloud systems we use in our
Our clients are typically micro to small business owners who understand the benefits outsourcing their bookkeeping can bring.
They value and respect their time and ours and are committed to making their business the best it can be.
They are prepared to view us as a valuable and important resource to their business.
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