Green Taylor Partners will be reopening for APPOINTMENT ONLY consultations from Tuesday 9 June 2020.

Green Taylor Partners will be reopening for APPOINTMENT ONLY consultations from Tuesday 9 June 2020. We invite clients to contact the office on 03 5382 4761 to book appointments, or book via our website. The team at GTP will also continue to offer online appointments via Zoom and Microsoft Teams where requested. For the safety […] Read More

3 Tips to Avoid Burnout From Working From Home.

I was reflecting on sitting at home at the weekend, which I spent in isolation, other than doing a bit of shopping. I did the usual things: a bit of work from home both Saturday and Sunday and went outside when it wasn’t raining – all in all nothing too exciting. I made a comment […] Read More

Business Support Fund

All of us from the Green Taylor Partners trust that everyone is staying safe and healthy in these interesting times. There has been a lot of incentives to assist businesses which you would have no doubt seen through the media as well as being updated from our team here at Green Taylor Partners. One which […] Read More

Business Strategies to assist your business

We are in interesting times that we may personally not have experienced previously, but as a Country we have been tested many times and survived. These current challenges will no doubt put added pressure not only on yourself but also in the way you operate your business. For businesses to prepare and combat the effects […] Read More

The Hedgehog Concept

Keeping with my theme of blogs; Fish, Eat the Frog, Sacred Cows, and Mice in Who Moved My Cheese, I thought it appropriate to discuss the “The Hedgehog Concept”. For those of you that have read “Good to Great’ written by Jim Collins, you will be aware of this concept. It refers to the tale […] Read More

Are you ready for the Single Touch Payroll deadline?

For small businesses with 19 or fewer employees, Single Touch Payroll (or STP) became a requirement from 1 July 2019, with a three-month transition period granted to get STP up and running. Larger businesses with 20 or more employees were required to start from 1 July 2018. The three-month transition period for small businesses is […] Read More

Tax time is coming! Tips for rental property owners.

As we get ready to kick off the 2019 tax return season, now is a good time to look at some of the things we need to prepare your tax return. Here are some things for rental property owners to consider this tax time. I’ve purchased a property this year, what do I bring? The […] Read More

New Long Service Leave Rules

The Long Service Leave Act 2018 (Victoria) came into effect on 1 November 2018. It brings some important changes that employers need to be aware of: 1. Entitlement to LSL Previously employees were entitled to LSL after 10 years of continuous service with one employer. Entitlement to take LSL is now down to 7 years. If […] Read More

Can You Keep Your Cool in a Falling Stock Market?

It seemed timely that I recently read another excellent article by Bruce Jackson (formerly of the Motley Fool but now from The Capital Club) in relation to falling and volatile stock markets.  This article was written on October 12 2018. In the last few weeks, world markets have experienced some wild swings which naturally tests […] Read More

FISH!

FISH! You may ask what the #!$@ do fish have to do with an accounting firm? Fish is in fact the name of a best selling business book – by Stephen C Lundin Ph.D, Harry Paul and John Christensen – a powerful parable that will help you love the work you do – even if […] Read More