Posts in February


Latest product news – March 2021

This month, we’ve focused on enhancing our existing products on the Xero platform. Our teams use the ‘test, learn, refine’ principle to continuously improve the features you use every day, so you can streamline your accounting work and grow your business. New features Find your expenses with new filters — Global Struggling to find the… [Read the full article »]


Grant Thornton Canada reaches Xero platinum partner status

We’re excited to announce Grant Thornton, one of Canada’s largest accounting and advisory firms, as our newest platinum partner. With the impact of COVID-19 on many businesses, the Grant Thornton team has continued to support their clients and people and we’re proud to partner with them in helping to support their work.  Jim Copeland, COO… [Read the full article »]


Xero Education Month: Next stop Australia

Can you believe it’s almost March already? If you’re anything like me, it feels like we’ve only just come back from the new year break, yet low and behold here we are almost a quarter of the way through 2021. In many of the conversations I’ve had over the last fortnight, I get the sense… [Read the full article »]


How tradies can set themselves up for 2021 with the right tech

Xero app partner guest blog – written by Michael Steckler, CEO, Tradify,  In 2020, COVID-19 had a huge impact on tradies all over the world. Research from Tradify’s September Pulse Report, a global survey of hundreds of trade business owners, found some lost three months of work and others were forced to adapt their business… [Read the full article »]


Small business revenue down, jobs improving in January

As we take stock of the first month of 2021, our Xero Small Business Insights (XSBI) data, released today, shows that COVID-19 continues to dominate small business operations.  I mentioned in my blog post last month that the countries that were most successful in containing the virus finished the year in the strongest position. Perhaps… [Read the full article »]


Three payroll changes and trends to prepare for in 2021

The pandemic has forced businesses and individuals to adapt quickly to constantly changing rules and regulations. There are still many unknowns ahead, but there are some things small businesses can start to plan for – these include a number of developments set to impact payroll in 2021.  Just before Christmas, the Chancellor extended the furlough… [Read the full article »]


Here’s to our Canadian bookkeepers

At Xero, we believe bookkeepers are the backbone of small business. They are there day-to-day to provide a personalised service to their small business clients. This ongoing relationship is especially important so that when the bookkeeper shares the files with the accountant at the end of the year, the data is up-to-date and accurate. This… [Read the full article »]


Calling all our Australian partners: Have you got the XPAC X factor?

Nominations are open for Australia’s Xero Partner Advisory Council (XPAC) and, this year, we’re doing things differently. Since the launch of the XPAC in 2017, the advice of this dedicated and influential group of bookkeepers and accountants has been invaluable in shaping Xero’s decisions, evolving our partner community, and supporting small businesses. In previous years,… [Read the full article »]


Accessing finance for Small Business Recovery

It’s no surprise that the need for small business borrowing in 2020 was significantly higher than in previous years. The government-backed Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) and Bounce Back Loan Scheme (BBLS) are due to close at the end of March, resulting in a lot of uncertainty.  I recently hosted a live panel session… [Read the full article »]


Millennial small business owners in Canada tend to overestimate their financial literacy

After going through a seemingly endless tax season last year, tax season in Canada is officially launching next week. Small businesses have been faced with a number of financial challenges brought on by COVID-19. Our latest Canadian financial literacy survey examines this along with what economic recovery looks like for the many small businesses that… [Read the full article »]

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