Small Business Month

Posted 6 Oct '20

Small Business Month

By Andrea Bradley

With October being Small Business Month, we reflect and feel fortunate to have the opportunity to work with many small businesses. 

Many businesses have been impacted this year by the horrific fires and/or COVID19 and this includes many of our clients. Small businesses have had to react and adapt to the circumstances they have faced in the past months and many have been able to do this with great success. Being a small business owner has always been a challenge that requires ongoing effort however the degree of effort and challenge has been exacerbated by the happenings of the year so far.

We want to give back to our small business clients in recognition of Small Business Month. We are offering to have a free consultation to support the accounting processes in your business. The aim is to ensure that your accounting software is providing you with the support you need for your business and saving you time where possible. Our team have great knowledge of the efficiencies available in Xero however they can also provide you with tips to be efficient in MYOB and other software programs. If you would like to book a free consultation with one of our team members, please call us in October to arrange this. Free consultations will be held through until the end of the December 2020. 

We also offer an additional service for clients that prefer to outsource their book keeping or internal accounting functions. We have experienced team members providing book keeping services for our clients. Using our internal book keeping services ensures time savings, accuracy and efficient reliable processing. If you would like to discuss this opportunity please call us.

You are welcome to forward this on to other small businesses that may benefit from our service offerings.

Andrea Bradley


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