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VAT for businesses (in the event of a no deal Brexit)

As we approach 29 March 2019, the government has released plans for all eventualities including what will happen to VAT for businesses should negotiations end with a no-deal Brexit. If this happens, there will be significant changes to VAT so it’s important businesses consider how a no-deal scenario might affect them, and begin to take… [Read the full article »]

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Exhibition opening: Paper to Pixels – the changing face of small business in Australia

From bespoke shoe makers to outback adventurers, blacksmiths to conservationists, the changing face of small business in Australia has been captured in atmospheric detail at Xero’s Paper to Pixels exhibition. We teamed up with one of Australia’s first professional Instagrammers and Xero customer, Lauren Bath to capture the digital evolution small businesses are undergoing and… [Read the full article »]

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The future is digital: top tips on converting desktop files

The verdict is in: it’s time to ditch desktop accounting. Here at Xero, we’re helping people say goodbye to clunky old technology and embrace the wonders of a digitised platform – saving them plenty of time, money and mental space in the process. For a limited period, when you convert your client’s desktop software to… [Read the full article »]

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The power of community at Xero Roadshow Australia 2019

Xero’s Head of Community, Amanda Newton, reflects on her recent experience at the Xero Roadshow Australia 2019. From as far as Darwin to Adelaide, and as wide as Perth to Sydney, Amanda traveled across Australia to present our latest commitments to the community before almost 7,000 accountants and bookkeepers. There is an age-old African Proverb,… [Read the full article »]

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Celebrating #balanceforbetter with small business and tech leaders on International Women’s Day

At Xero, we have a strong focus on diversity and inclusion. We believe in creating a culture and environment where everyone feels like their voice and background matters. Last week, our Denver and San Francisco offices celebrated International Women’s Day with panel discussions that explored this year’s theme, #balanceforbetter. Our Denver panel featured our very… [Read the full article »]

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In conversation with…Alan Shaughnessy, Partner at DFS & Co

We’d like to introduce you to Alan Shaughnessy, Partner at Irish accountancy firm and Xero partner, DFS & Co. Despite starting up during the economic downturn of 2007, DFS & Co has been in business for a decade. We spoke to Alan about the challenges facing the Irish accounting industry and SMBs in 2019. Tell… [Read the full article »]

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In conversation with…Alan Shaughnessy, Partner at DFS & Co

We’d like to introduce you to Alan Shaughnessy, Partner at Irish accountancy firm and Xero partner, DFS & Co. Despite starting up during the economic downturn of 2007, DFS & Co has been in business for a decade. We spoke to Alan about the challenges facing the Irish accounting industry and SMBs in 2019. Tell… [Read the full article »]

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Single Touch Payroll advisory badge: get ready and recognised

With Single Touch Payroll (STP) now a reality for Australian small businesses of all sizes, and the 1 July 2019 deadline for business owners to start reporting just months away, it’s time to get your clients STP ready. What is STP? Single Touch Payroll is an initiative from the ATO to encourage regular salary reporting.… [Read the full article »]

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Bricks and Clicks Episode 3: Creating ‘pop’ and getting paid

The retail businesses are getting right into the thick of it during episode three of the Kochie’s Business Builders docuseries Bricks and Clicks on Channel 7. They had an action packed day – covering everything from making their products pop online to tackling cash flow management. Xero was very excited to have one of our… [Read the full article »]

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Challenging Expectations is The True Meaning of International Women’s Day

The broad participation of women in the workforce is still very new. In my grandparents generation, it was relatively rare for a woman to work outside of the home. In 1940, 25.4 percent of US women were “economically active.” By 1965, the number had grown to 38.9 percent. Today, the number stands at 56.8 percent… [Read the full article »]

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