Tip Tuesday: Accounting for Professional Services

Professional services companies have some unique challenges. With multiple clients and various different ways of billing, keeping track of income and expenses can be hard. So how do you manage your accounts? The challenges of professional service accounting The professional services industry is a broad one. It includes doctors, lawyers, accountants, architects, engineers and consultants.…

Tip Tuesday: Accounting for Start-Ups

If you’re in a startup, it can be an exciting world of creativity and innovation. But while it’s great to do something you love, you also need to make a living. So how can you live the dream and ensure your cashflow is well managed? In this article, a representative from third-party Pinterest marketing solution Shareroot talks…

Rental properties – claiming travel expenses deductions

From 1 July 2017, travel expenses relating to a residential investment property are not deductible. A residential premise (property) is land or a building that is: occupied as a residence or for residential accommodation intended to be occupied, and is capable of being occupied, as a residence or for residential accommodation. Under the new legislation, you…

Tip Tuesday: Accounting Tips for Creative Agencies

  Anyone in creative services will tell you that coming up with the big idea is the easy part. Delivering it on time and budget is the trick. Project briefs change, contractor costs blow out, and clients challenge invoices. Accounting for creatives is complicated.   Profitability challenges for agencies and freelancers Creative industries are full…
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