Time to reflect and reset your business goals
It’s time to be bold, it’s time to be brave and it’s time to be savvy when it comes to your new financial year business goals.One of the key things you can do to succeed in the new financial year is to be organised from the outset, and make plans on how you want your year to run.You are in control of your destiny for the next 365 days!Just take some time to reflect on how your year has gone. Grab a piece of paper and start jotting down the following:What’s gone well?What’s hasn’t gone well?What are you grateful for?What have your learnt?What fabulous things in your business and your regular life are you going to take into the new financial year?What lousy things in your business and your regular life are you going to leave behindWhat are your goals and budgets?How are you going to track your goals and budgets monthly?To read full original article, please select here: www.myob.com
Do you know what is being said about your business online?
The Basics of Online ListeningKnowing what people are saying about your business online and on social media can be incredibly powerful. Why? Because monitoring your online mentions, or as it is often called ‘online listening’, can help you understand what your customers like and dislike about your brand, can help you keep track of your competitors and also provide access to an always-on, free focus group.So how do you do it? Below I have broken down the practice into three sections: Tools for listeningWhat to listen forManaging the data To read full article please click here: //www.myob.com/nz/blog/do-you-know-what-is-being-said-about-your-business-online/
Closing a Financial Year
This section describes the tasks you should perform at the end of your financial year.
Note that you don’t need to close your financial year at any particular time. You can continue to use your company file after the last month of your current financial year
Signs your client is about to jump ship
One of the hardest part of running an accounting business is finding good clients, but how do you tell when they’re about to walk away?
4 Tech Tools
Tradies are all about getting the right tool for the right job, but when it comes to their businesses finding the right tool isn’t always that easy.Are you struggling with paperwork? Don’t know where your staff are on a given day? Don’t know how much money you’ve made?They’re concerns raised by many tradies, and for a long time there were very few ways for a bustling tradie to keep on top of things.Luckily now there are an increasing number of tech solutions coming to the rescue of the paperwork-averse tradie.Tech tools can help you do things like keep track of your staff, see what jobs you have booked in and make sure things are running as smoothly as possible no matter how many jobs you have for the day.We’ve picked out four tools that can help you get on with the job by taking the hassle out of the day-to-day running of your business.Luckily, they all integrate with MYOB AccountRight and MYOB Essentials so everything runs smoothly.Note, these aren’t one size fits all and you need to figure out what you need from the tools before you whack them onto the belt.Tools of the tradeTradifyTradify is a fully mobile (iOS and Android), all in one solution which helps you to manage all your jobs online and stay on top of your workflow from kick off all the way to the end.To read full article please click here. Sourced from MYOB.com