Posts in March


Australia just threw a $130 billion lifeline to employers. Here’s what to do next

The JobKeeper stimulus program just announced by the Australian government will help small businesses retain staff amid the COVID-19 slowdown. Read on to find out whether your business qualifies, what steps to take, and when you’ll see payment.  Note that the details and specifics of JobKeeper will become clearer over the next few days. We’ll… [Read the full article »]


Xero Tax is now live

In these times of uncertainty, we’re adapting to ever-changing situations, and we’re truly grateful to have great teams collaborating to support you and your clients. As always, we’re committed to providing tools and resources that can make things easier for you – and that’s why we’re pleased to announce the launch of Xero Tax to… [Read the full article »]


4 ways to manage your cash flow with customer credit limits

One of the biggest issues facing small businesses globally is poor cash flow. Even before COVID-19, industry data showed that the majority of businesses who close their doors cite cash flow issues as the main reason. A Xero report published in June 2019 also showed that 30% of small business owners fear they don’t have… [Read the full article »]


UK payroll year-end: What’s changing this year

We recognise that completing year-end will be more challenging this year as businesses are managing the impacts of COVID-19. We’ve built a guide for completing your year-end in Xero, but also wanted to make it easier for you, by highlighting the up and coming changes all in one place. Managing COVID-19 Statutory Sick Pay We… [Read the full article »]


Need government aid for your small business? Don’t neglect this one step

Meeting payroll amid COVID-19 will undoubtedly be difficult for many Australian small businesses. So it’s reassuring to know that you may be eligible for a government cash-flow boost of up to $100,000. But you could miss out if you neglect a key bit of housekeeping: lodging your activity statement. That’s because your activity statement (or… [Read the full article »]


Six steps to build an effective business continuity plan

A business continuity plan (BCP) is a comprehensive plan with contingencies for business processes, assets, human resources, and business partners in case of an emergency. It defines steps that can be taken to re-establish productivity, secure key assets, and continue operations despite the disruptions.  BCPs are a necessary tool in ensuring your business preparedness. They… [Read the full article »]


New initiatives to support our customers and community during COVID-19

To our Xero community,  These are challenging times for everyone. Our purpose is to make life better for small businesses and during these challenging times, this mission is more important than ever.  Millions of customers rely on Xero every day to help run their businesses online, and we are working hard to ensure that Xero… [Read the full article »]


Eight ways to save time for your business in 2020

Time is truly money for a business owner. Within a day, you only have so much to give to grow your business. Whether it is fulfilling a last minute order, drawing up a proposal or travelling between business meetings, you need all the help you can get to save time to focus on your business… [Read the full article »]


How Breakaway Bookkeeping & Advising is bringing joy to accounting

When I talk to top ranked firms throughout America, they say the single biggest challenge isn’t technology – it’s finding and retaining talent. A recent AICPA survey backs up this uncomfortable truth about public accounting.  Even with all the automation out there, we need talent to grow revenue. However, for new founders, it can be… [Read the full article »]


Are you NZ tax ready for 2020?

2020 Xero Tax webinars We’ve been busy updating Xero Tax for 2020. Join Jason Langworthy, Product Manager for Xero Tax, as he takes you through the changes in a series of interactive webinars starting 23rd March. Click here to register. ALERT – Inland Revenue shutdown   Inland Revenue will be offline from 3pm on Thursday 9th… [Read the full article »]

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