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December XSBI results show small business jobs are resilient

As we look ahead to a new year, our Xero Small Business Insights (XSBI) data for December, released today, shows that the economic landscape in New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom continues to be dominated by COVID-19. Our data, released monthly since April 2020, has tracked the impact of COVID-19 on the small business… [Read the full article »]

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Xero included in 2021 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index

We’re incredibly proud to announce Xero has been named as one of 380 companies worldwide to be included in the 2021 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index (GEI). This is the second consecutive year that Xero has been included in this index, and we’re thrilled to be one of just 13 companies headquartered in Australia and New Zealand… [Read the full article »]

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Five technology trends set to shape 2021

When I reflect on the single biggest technology change in 2020, I think of the way that small business owners around the world rose to the challenge and adopted digital tools at a speed and scale unlike anything in living memory. For some, having the right tech was vital for staying connected to their team… [Read the full article »]

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Build a successful business with Xero Education Month

Ready to dive into a stack of free webinars covering everything from building your business to improving leadership and wellbeing at work?  Xero’s Education Month is your chance to jump into a month-long learning experience brought to you by experts from around the world. Throughout Education Month we have content schedules for the whole month.… [Read the full article »]

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How you can use online tools to better manage cash flow

As UK businesses continue to struggle with a third lockdown, many will be thinking of ways they can maintain business continuity. For those that can, this means selling their products online.  In the past, many small businesses would have relied on paper receipts or physical invoices. This meant it took longer to get paid, and… [Read the full article »]

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Lockdown lessons: How Wicklewood Homewares is brightening up its customers lives with colour

We’ve all spent more time than ever at home. From working and studying to relaxing and socialising online, we are all a lot more familiar with our homes. For small businesses supplying goods to homes, this has provided a huge opportunity.  What’s more, many of us are much more likely to shop small to support… [Read the full article »]

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The impact of Brexit on small businesses: What you need to look out for in the months ahead

There’s already a lot going on for small businesses in 2021 in the UK. Many are facing huge hardships as they cope with the latest lockdown and continued restrictions. This comes not long after the Brexit deal was agreed. The UK now operates a full external border with the EU as a sovereign nation. But… [Read the full article »]

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Work smarter, not harder this tax season

This article was originally published in Latino Tax Pro. Are you stressed? If you’re a tax professional then the answer is probably “Yes”. As the tax season is upon us – right after going through a seemingly endless tax season last year, you might be wondering how you are going to do it all. We… [Read the full article »]

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How to prepare your business for the VAT domestic reverse charge

The VAT domestic reverse charge procedure is a new way of accounting for VAT in the construction industry. It is due to come into effect in the UK on 1 March 2021, having previously been delayed from 2019 and then October 2020 by HMRC. If your business is affected here’s how you can prepare and… [Read the full article »]

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Get ready for the VAT domestic reverse charge for Construction – coming soon

You may have heard of VAT domestic reverse charge (DRC) for the construction industry, which is new legislation currently due to come into effect in the UK on 1 March 2021, having previously been delayed from 2019 and then October 2020 by HMRC.  We’re pleased to say DRC has been live in Xero for some… [Read the full article »]

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