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TPB Review considers increasing the education requirements of BAS Agents

August 20, 2019

  This review has recently released its discussion paper before recommendations are made to the Government later in the year.   One of the consultation points is “Should the primary educational qualification for a BAS agent be increased to a diploma level qualification?”   The views of TPB are that amendments to lift educational standards […]

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Looking for work flexibility?

August 14, 2019

Bookkeeping is a growing profession that provides plenty of flexible work opportunities, including working part-time and being self-employed. To become a bookkeeper, you will need: A love of numbers Great attention to detail An analytical mind A nationally recognised qualification Bookkeepers are an integral part of any business as they manage the financial records and […]

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July-August Bookkeeping Tasks

July 16, 2019

Important dates not to be missed. BAS Reconciliation and Common Issues All businesses registered for GST must lodge their Business Activity Statement (BAS) by 28 July 2019. If you have made quarterly BAS lodgements, this final lodgement should be easier and quicker to reconcile. However, make sure you take the following steps to avoid common […]

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CPE Club for BAS Agents Minimum Hours

How to Complete your Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements as a BAS Agent

June 25, 2019

Home » How to Complete your Continuing Professional Education (CPE) requirements as a BAS Agent BAS Agents in Australia are required to complete a minimum number of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) hours each year in order to maintain their registration. CPE for BAS Agents How many hours do I need? What qualifies as CPE?  How […]

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EOFY bookkeeping tips and reminders

June 6, 2019

It is always a rush to the end of the financial year and to help you, we have a few reminders so you don’t overlook any tasks.   Taxable payments reporting Has your business made payments during the year to contractors for services? Is your business in one of the sectors that is required to […]

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Employing casual workers? Follow the rules

May 21, 2019

With the increasing casualisation of the workforce in Australia, there is a large and accessible pool of eager workers. Many students and those re-entering the workforce are looking to fill a gap in their employment or gain valuable experience. If you want to attract strong candidates to roles in the future, gaining a good reputation […]

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