Accounting

Are you ready for Single Touch Payroll?

By Mark Trimmer / March 3, 2020 / Comments Off on Are you ready for Single Touch Payroll?

Do you have employees? Then you need to be ready for Single Touch Payroll! By now you may have heard the buzz around Single Touch Payroll. It’s a pretty big deal for any business that has employees. So…what do you need to know and how does it affect you? Keep reading to find out. What […]

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FREE COURSE: Learn Xero in 7 Days!

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / Comments Off on FREE COURSE: Learn Xero in 7 Days!

Learn Xero Cloud Accounting in no time! Our Learn Xero in 7 Days course is live! We know that running a small business is hard work and learning finding the time to master accounting software is even harder. To get started with Xero. Sign up here: https://www.mdtrimmerandco.com/get-started-with-xero/ Make sure you get in touch with us […]

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From Apple to Avon: six inspiring marketing successes

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

From Mac computers to make-up, here are six examples of super-strong brands that cornered their markets using different marketing strategies. If you look at their histories and analyze the pivotal moments, you’ll find parallels and pick up tips on how your company can follow in their footsteps and stand on the shoulders of giants.

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Efficient business systems really pay off

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

Too many businesses fall over because the owner has not established efficient business systems. This typically happens because the business owner is so caught up in the day-to day running of the business that the fundamentals of good business management get forgotten. Often too it must be said that the owner simply doesn’t like bookkeeping […]

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Three Reasons to Focus on Fantastic Customer Service

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

Small business owners know that to find a loyal customer base, they have to stand out from their competitors. One of the best, and easiest, ways to do that is to have outstanding customer service. How you treat your customers reflects your entire business. People think positively on companies that treat their customers and clients […]

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You should be using two factor authentication

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / Comments Off on You should be using two factor authentication

For small business owners, the risk of data breaches and fraud is high, so taking all the necessary steps to protect your sensitive data is a must. Unfortunately for many entrepreneurs the decision to increase their company’s data protection comes too late – after they’ve been victimized by a malicious hacker. The good news is, […]

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Avoid These 5 Costly Accounting Mistakes 2

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

A Canadian bank recently surveyed over 500 small business owners about what they love and hate most about owning their own business. Unsurprisingly, flexibility and feeling in control ranked first in the “love” category. Meanwhile, almost 60% said bookkeeping was hands-down their most hated task. Most business owners understand that effective financial management is key […]

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Do you know your break-even point?

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

All business owners need to be aware of their break-even point — that is, the number of units they need to sell in order to cover their operating costs. Once you’ve reached your break-even point, it’s time to celebrate: your business is no longer in the red, and you are officially earning a profit. This […]

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What you need to do before you retire

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

If you haven’t given any thought to what your retirement will look like, now’s a great time to start. It might not be the most fun thing to think about—not when there are vacations to plan or houses to buy—but retirement planning is a vital part of your overall financial plan. Most people dream about […]

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Three ways to speed up invoicing

By Mark Trimmer / March 2, 2020 / 0 Comments

Everyone likes making money, especially small business owners. Invoicing, however, is typically one of the tasks that small business owners like the least. Chores like creating and sending invoices get set aside for other duties that are seen as more enjoyable or even more urgent. You tell yourself you’ll get around to it tomorrow, but […]

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