Employee Entitlements and Rights
Employment related issues are often very complex and therefore a specialised area when requiring consultation. As Accountants we are often asked questions in relation to these matters and although we often have a working knowledge of the rules, by no means are we experts in the area. So where can people access assistance with employment […] Read More
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
Culture – Importance of a positive workplace
I’ve worked in several workplaces in my life. Some with a great culture and some not so great. Culture is the values, belief systems, attitudes and the set of assumptions that people in a workplace share. In my experience, a positive workplace culture improves teamwork, raises the morale, increases productivity and efficiency, and enhances retention […] Read More
Exciting enhancements for MYOB Essentials!
MYOB have recently announced that they will be rolling out some changes to its MYOB Essentials software product. Don’t worry, MYOB Essentials isn’t changing completely, it will still have its core simplicity and features that we know and love, it is just a few tweaks here and there to make Essentials even better! The enhancements […] Read More
Xero + Hubdoc = less work, more play…
I am sure a lot of you reading this would have never heard the word ‘Hubdoc’ before and in turn are not sure how it will make for ‘less work, more play’… So, here is a little overview to explain what it is, why we are talking about it and how it will integrate with […] Read More
New Year New Goals
With another year behind us and a new one just beginning we all start the year in anticipation of it being a great year. Some of us will make New Year’s resolutions such as: – grow my business, lose weight, spend more time with the family, work less and or make more money. (Some resolutions […] Read More
Concessions and assistance for First Home Buyers
Concessions and assistance for First Home Buyers – and the New Home Loan Deposit Scheme is now in place with starting date 1/1/2020! In Victoria – there are concessions both in Stamp Duty costs plus a Grant for First Home Buyers – (tax free) – A $20,000 First Home Owner Grant is available to applicants […] 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
Going to Court: A Guide to Recovering Costs
Going to court can be stressful, time-consuming and expensive. Even if you are successful in court, you will not be able to recover all of your legal costs. A court will usually order the unsuccessful party to contribute to the other party’s costs, but both parties will still face some legal costs. If you are […] Read More