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Read this interesting blog by Dene MacKenzie...
3 time saving Strategies that many Accountants do not want you to know
Make sure your Accountant is more than your bookkeeper, your business is groomed for sale and you are taking advantage of time saving software. Read more....
Venus Group 6 minutes of fame
Leigh-Ann is delighted to give a 6 minute presentation on the KISS principle to her Venus club peers.
Opportunity to discover Gold
What would it mean to your business if we could save you serious Dollars and Time on your accounting and administration costs , plus an opportunity to discover some gold? To find out how Read more...
Selling personal items on Trade
If you sell a personal item on Trade-me there are no tax implications for you. But if you have got into the habit of buying items with the intent of selling them for a profit, then you must declare the income and the costs associated with those deals and pay tax on the gain (profit). Example: If you buy an item for $40 and on-sell it for $100, then you must pay tax on the $60. If you also paid for the postage (say $10), then you can deduct that from the $60. The simple arithmetic looks like this: $100-$40-$10=$50
The $50 you must share with the tax man in your annual tax return. Don’t get caught out as the IRD will eventually catch you and then you will have find tax plus the penalties for not declaring it earlier.
iBizz BankLink launch
BankLink and Acclipse collaborate together to launch iBizz
Here is a handy calendar to remind you of your tax due dates in 2012 and 2013.
Here is a fabulous offer to help other businesses, plus build your business and earn some travel vouchers….. Read more
There's a better way....
Accounts on line are proudly supporting Glen Green, the founder of There's a better way.
There’s a Better Way is about working together as one people with one combined resource, in building positive, improved communities. Its about inspiring one another in finding better ways of working together. Its about not allowing unlawful and anti-community behaviour to sneak into our homes & families.
Glen is keen to keep our Youth off the streets, and is trying to raise $1200 per week to cover staffing and vehicle costs, so if you would like to donate, please email Glen email@example.com.
Get yourself a coffee, relax and read the article 'There's a better way' by Wayne Campbell.
Our Gift to Clubs, Charities, Not for Profit Organisations and Schools ....
Find how your club or Not for Profit organisation can save on accounting and auditing fees.
Don't pay any subscriptions or setup and training until 1st April 2012 as we are giving you a holiday on us!
To find out what accounting solutions best suit your business needs (as one size does not fit all). Please contact an Accounts Online specialist to learn more.
In 2012 BankLink is creating a whole new world which combines the best of online cloud with traditional desktop solutions and gives you the best of both worlds.
BankLink clients will have even greater simplicity and flexibility by enabling:
* Enhanced connectivity and collaboration
* Improved communication and exchange of information
* Data synching in real time
* New and enhanced online and desktop solutions
* Increased efficiencies and productivity
Plus the new BankLink Wages Solution which works online and on the desktop.
2011 Thank YOU Video for Clients
The IRD is on the war path!
Don’t get in the road!
The Inland Revenue has just announced what they plan to spend their time and attention on in 2011/2012. They call this their “compliance focus”. Here are some of the hot topics they will be particularly interested in. Forewarned is forearmed.
Diversion of personal income
Complex financing arrangements
Loss generation and usage
Misuse of charities
Offshore and international issues
False information and fraudulent claims
The hidden economy
Serious crime and cross-border transactions
Income from property
Resident withholding tax rates advised to Banks, etc.
It is interesting to note the Inland Revenue has already started and investigated 650 hospitality operations with more to follow.
Why put up with a continuous hangover?
Does this look like you everytime you do the accounts?
Want the best cure?
“Cloud Computing what is all the Fuss about”, written by Microsoft NZ SMB Sales Marketing Manager Jared Pedersen.
Read more about What Accounts Online and UPrise are doing to help businesses in Christchuch and are urging businesses to come in offer their services
Tony Robbins & Frank Kern - How to Grow your Business video
Print this GST Calculator for easy calculation of your GST
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