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Preparing For 2021 EOFY

The end of the financial year is fast approaching which means preparations need to be made to ensure your Trade business is organised for the 2021 financial year tax season.
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The Tradies Guide to Reducing Job Costing Errors

Do you know that there are over 360,000 businesses in the construction industry in Australia? 
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6 Tips to Get Your Overdue Invoices Paid

Having your invoices paid by the specified due date is vital for a healthy cash flow of the business. Late and delayed payments can create a chain reaction of insufficient cash
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Stock Management For Trade Businesses

Bryn (Tradies Accountant) and Tiffany (Modus Operandi) discuss how an efficient inventory management process can help you grow your trade business, save you
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MYOB’s Exciting New Construction Project

It’s finally here!  MYOB have recently announced their hot new product which is exclusively designed for the construction industry.  MYOB Advanced Construction Edition is designed
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Accounting For Construction – The Basics

Keeping comprehensive records in the construction industry is a challenging task as data for multiple projects, jobs and/or builds need to be tracked at the same time. Retentions
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Job Costing: Which software really works?

How are you doing so far? A new email comes in. A prospective customer with a big job that needs filling in. They want to know what your best price is so that they can do
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GUEST BLOG: What Is Trade Credit Insurance?

This guest blog post is brought to you by Prasidium Credit Insurance, credit insurance broking company focused on providing our clients with flexible solutions, tailored
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Painters Domain: Business to Brush – Interview with Bryn Harwood of Tradies Accountant

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5 ways your trade business can get clients during a pandemic

With people spending more time at home, this is the best time to sort out any home repairs or renovations. This translates to more work for the trade industry, which is new
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