Simplify tax and save money with streamlined bookkeeping Small businesses are often just that-small. Bookkeeping may be done by a professional outside the company, but more often falls to an employee or the business owner, who may or may not be well-schooled in the intricacies of tax law and business regulations. Tax time can end up costing small businesses a fortune in either professional fees or missed deductions every year. What if you could simplify the process and save money? Taxation for Australian Businesses: Understanding Australian Business Taxation Concessions is the ultimate guide to tax for the small business owner. Author Rod Caldwell, 20-year veteran of the Australian Taxation Office, leads you through the process of managing your books and keeping more straightforward records to simplify the process of filing tax. The introduction of the GST and the new tax system involves a lot of new work for business owners, but Taxation for Australian Businesses eases the way by explaining the intricacies of applicable tax law, fully updated to parallel the May 2014 budget. Topics include: Business structures, accounting systems, and cash accounting FBT, private versus domestic use, and when to record a payment Motor vehicles, the GST, and depreciation Owners salary, end of period processing, and how to account for stock trading The book explains everything you need to know and ties it all together to show you how to put the information into practice. No jargon, no textbooks, just common sense and reason. If you would like to get your bookkeeping straightened out and get back to your business, Taxation for Australian Businesses: Understanding Australian Business Taxation Concessions is the one guide that will get you there quickly. ROD CALDWELL worked as a tax accountant for the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) for 20 years before becoming a tertiary level lecturer in taxation and management accounting. Rod has written three other books on Australian business accounting and tax law. Visit his website at www.tpabusiness.com.au
The author, Sonia Williams , interviewed several successful Australian businesswomen, who share their strategies, tips and advice for growing a business.
What if you could design the next global trend? Another enterprise has entered your space. A new startup has changed the prevailing way business is done in your industry. Are you scared? You should be. Technology is shifting so rapidly that it is driving new business models, bringing with it new market innovation opportunities. The world is full of books and methodologies to help you innovate from a customer need or a product development perspective, but little has been said and done to show you how to innovate your market - until now. Xcelerate flips traditional approaches to disruption and innovation. Its a fast, finite framework that delivers leaders of large organisations breakthrough results not just incremental thinking. Written from an Australian perspective, Xcelerate includes examples and case studies of leading companies and successful startups alike - such as Amazon Go, Uber, Airbnb, IBM and SurfAir. Waiting to see how new trends and technology will land is like waiting for the big wave at the beach to wipe you out. Its time to get out there and create the next wave yourself. This book will show you how.