Tag: QBO Bookkeeping

EOFY 2018 Planning Tips

Diary

It seems like only yesterday that I was preparing for EOFY lat year. Business owners have many responsibilities at end of financial year. It can be a hectic time, but it can be a little easier if you have someone working with you to take the stress away. At end of financial year, a great… Read more »

Cloud Computing – Reinventing the way Tradies work

Tradie

The magic of Cloud Computing If you are a business owner, financial controller or an accounting clerk, then you are more than likely, at the least passively familiar with cloud computing. Nearly all accounting software packages offer a cloud-based option in addition to their “hard copy” software. Cloud systems like Quickbooks Online, Xero and the… Read more »

The Magic of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is one of the most significant changes to business along with the industrial revolution, computerisation of business and the roll-out of major railways connecting vast parts of our country. A historical note of personal significance is that a distant relative was John Whitton, “The Father of Australia’s Railways”. History lesson over! Cloud Computing… Read more »

Cloud Migration Repair: Moving to the cloud can be harder than imagined

Moving to the cloud certainly sounds good. All of the applications and programs stored offsite; available to everyone in the company with designated access; plus no more problems with expensive, hard to maintain on site hardware. Your data is now stored securely in the cloud with regular backups. That is the way it should be… Read more »

Cloud Migration and Conversion… time saving tips!

One of the hot buzz phrases in accounting at the moment is Cloud Migration or Cloud Conversion. It is the process of moving all of your accounting data from one system to another. The major players in this space are MYOB, Intuit’s QBO, Xero and Saasu. Before anyone gets their knickers in a twist or undies… Read more »