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Employing casual workers? Follow the rules

May 21, 2019

Having access to a casual workforce can be a great way for your business to manage busy periods while keeping ongoing costs low. Before you jump at the opportunity, it is important to understand the rules. With the increasing casualisation of the workforce in Australia, there is a large and accessible pool of eager workers. […]

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4 reasons to become a bookkeeper

4 Reasons to consider a career in bookkeeping

February 1, 2019

Love numbers, technology and have a keen eye for detail? Then chances are you’ll love a career as a bookkeeper too. Like any career though, there are many questions to ask and points to consider before diving into a new one. To help you make up your mind, we’ve compiled 4 reasons for you to […]

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Introducing the Diploma of Payroll Services

April 23, 2018

In February 2018, the Australian Government released a new nationally-recognised qualification, the Diploma of Payroll Services. Applied Education is pleased to announce we are now offering this course to our students.Developed in response to a growing need for highly-skilled payroll professionals, the qualification reflects the roles of workers performing payroll administration and payroll management tasks. […]

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Demand still strong for tax agents

April 28, 2017

An article published by Accountants Daily indicates that demand for tax agent services is still remaining strong. The key points in the article are: In 2014-15 nearly 74% of individuals were still using tax agents. Usage of the ATO’s MyTax is not increasing as much as expected. Claims for negative gearing are down on previous […]

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How to set up working holiday employees in MYOB [Video]

March 31, 2017
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Balance Sheet Basics [Video]

March 31, 2017

Balance Sheet Basics. Understanding the difference between Assets, Liabilities and Equity. Applied Education Online Learning.  

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Time running out for tax financial advisers to register with the TPB

February 20, 2017

TPB reminds financial planners and advisers – time is running out for transitional registration An article published by the Tax Practitioners Board (TPB) has reminded financial planners and advisers who have not yet registered with the TPB that time is running out to take advantage of the transitional registration option which ends on 30 June. […]

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How to become a bookkeeper and bas agent

How to become a bookkeeper and BAS agent

February 8, 2017

Have you got a knack for numbers and do you get a kick out of problem solving? Do you enjoy mathematics and have an analytical mind with amazing attention to detail? If this sounds like you, then a career in bookkeeping could be right up your alley. So what exactly does a bookkeeper do? A bookkeeper […]

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how to become a tax agent

How to become a tax agent in 2017

February 8, 2017

Becoming a Tax Agent in Australia is a relatively straight forward process in order to meet the requirements of the Tax Practitioners Board Tax Agent specifications. Applied Education’s 3 steps to becoming a Tax Agent in Australia Applied Education has hundreds of students each year asking us this question and here are our tips for […]

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Simpler BAS reporting for Small Business

January 31, 2017

Great news and well overdue for small business. A new simpler BAS is available with just 3 fields – 1A GST Collected, 1B GST Paid and G1 Total Sales. Then new BAS has only: GST on sales (1A) GST on purchases (1B) Total sales (G1) For more information go to: https://www.ato.gov.au/Business/Business-activity-statements-(BAS)/Goods-and-services-tax-(GST)/Simpler-BAS/

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