William Maher

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Australia approaches another digital bookkeeping milestone

Australia approaches another digital bookkeeping milestone

The Senate has passed legislation requiring small businesses to move to Single Touch Payroll next year.
Dec 6 2018, 12:55PM
Are you backing up your data properly?

Are you backing up your data properly?

Read our free report to find out how other businesses are backing up data, including whether they’re backing up to the cloud.
Dec 6 2018, 9:02AM
Are telemarketers hounding your business? You're not alone

Are telemarketers hounding your business? You're not alone

A new study has confirmed that many Australians receive unsolicited telemarketing calls every week.
Dec 5 2018, 4:38PM
Cafes: the next frontier for AI?

Cafes: the next frontier for AI?

A New Zealand company thinks so, and has staked its success on an app that uses AI to help business owners.
Nov 29 2018, 4:41PM
'Buy now, pay later' is exploding in popularity, but is not without risks

'Buy now, pay later' is exploding in popularity, but is not without risks

Two million Australians used 'buy now, pay later' schemes in the last financial year, leading ASIC to increase regulatory activity.
Nov 29 2018, 12:32PM
Microsoft has a new Surface tablet with built-in 4G

Microsoft has a new Surface tablet with built-in 4G

The new version of the Surface Go tablet computer isn’t the first Surface device with built-in 4G, but it is super-portable.
Nov 27 2018, 12:33PM
Drone delivery enters "new chapter" in Canberra suburb

Drone delivery enters "new chapter" in Canberra suburb

After delivering coffee, chocolate and meals in Canberra, US-based drone company Wing is inviting more small businesses to fly goods.
Nov 22 2018, 2:17PM
NAB to equip tens of thousands of Australian businesses to accept Alipay

NAB to equip tens of thousands of Australian businesses to accept Alipay

It will soon be possible to get an Alipay-capable point-of-sale terminal from one of the major Australian banks.
Nov 19 2018, 1:01PM
MYOB is planning credit card payment function

MYOB is planning credit card payment function

More good news for small business owners wanting to spend less time managing payments.
Nov 16 2018, 3:34PM
Government to reduce ASIC financial reporting headache

Government to reduce ASIC financial reporting headache

If your business has between 50 and 100 employees, this might be of interest.
Nov 16 2018, 11:42AM
CouriersPlease taps GoFetch drivers to deliver all hours

CouriersPlease taps GoFetch drivers to deliver all hours

If you need to send items to customers outside of business hours, or want to try reducing your spending on short distance deliveries, this might be of interest.
Nov 15 2018, 1:38PM
15,000 SMBs move to single touch payroll

15,000 SMBs move to single touch payroll

Small employers are beginning to report employees' tax and superannuation information each pay cycle.
Nov 14 2018, 4:57PM
NAB supports call for UK-style small business investment fund

NAB supports call for UK-style small business investment fund

Own a successful small business but can’t find long-term investors? This may be of interest.
Nov 14 2018, 1:05PM
Which towns are the ATO's "strike teams" visiting next?

Which towns are the ATO's "strike teams" visiting next?

The ATO plans to visit to 10,000 small businesses across Australia this year to “send a message” about tax evasion.
Nov 13 2018, 1:36PM
Labor and Coalition look to cut tax rate for small and medium businesses

Labor and Coalition look to cut tax rate for small and medium businesses

Both parties plan to reduce the rate to 25 percent in 2021-22.
Oct 12 2018, 3:24PM
Aussie payments battle: eWay beats Square with POS reader

Aussie payments battle: eWay beats Square with POS reader

eWay has beaten US payments provider Square to market with its first mobile point-of-sale card reader for Australian businesses.
Jul 22 2015, 3:41PM
NSW residents warned of free computer scam

NSW residents warned of free computer scam

Residents across New South Wales have been reporting scammers offering free computers in exchange for copies of personal details such as tax file numbers.
Dec 19 2014, 3:54PM
Unlicensed software results in costly payment for Perth company

Unlicensed software results in costly payment for Perth company

A Perth-based engineering firm has settled a $65,000 case of unlicensed use of software.
Sep 3 2014, 5:26PM
Another tough tablet

Another tough tablet

Another "tough" tablet for businesses has crossed our radar. It's one of the biggest we've spotted.
Apr 4 2014, 5:33PM
A pen designed to make handwriting on your iPad easier

A pen designed to make handwriting on your iPad easier

It looks like a normal paper and ink pen, but on closer inspection this is actually a "digital pen" designed for your iPad.
Jan 31 2014, 8:19PM

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