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Our Bookkeeping Services

Integrated Bookkeeping Solutions

We offer mobile bookkeeping and office administration services tailored for small businesses in Ipswich, Gatton, Fernvale and the Western Suburbs of Brisbane. Our services are available on a one-time, weekly, or monthly basis. If you don’t see the specific service you need listed, feel free to inquire about it.

Bookkeeping Services

Accounts Payable & Receivable

Accounts Payable & Receivable bookkeeping services involve managing the money a business owes (Accounts Payable) and is owed (Accounts Receivable). This includes recording, tracking, and reconciling invoices, payments, and outstanding balances with suppliers and customers to ensure accurate financial records and timely transactions.

Reconciliation of Creditors & Debtors

Reconciliation of Creditors & Debtors involves comparing financial records of amounts owed to suppliers (creditors) and owed by customers (debtors) with external statements to ensure accuracy. It helps identify discrepancies, resolve outstanding balances, and maintain reliable financial data.

Invoicing & Debtor follow up

Following up outstanding debtors involves contacting customers who haven't paid their invoices on time. This process aims to remind them of their overdue payments, negotiate payment terms, and facilitate prompt settlement of outstanding balances to improve cash flow and reduce financial risks for the business.

Mobile or Remote Service

Mobile or remote service refers to the provision of services without the need for physical presence at a specific location. It involves delivering services remotely, often through digital platforms, communication technologies, or mobile devices. This approach allows for flexibility and accessibility, enabling clients to access services from anywhere, regardless of geographical constraints.

Work Cover Annual Declaration

The WorkCover Annual Declaration is a report submitted by employers to their local workers' compensation authority. It outlines details regarding the business's workforce, wages, and industry classification for the purpose of calculating insurance premiums. This declaration helps ensure compliance with workers' compensation regulations and facilitates accurate assessment of insurance premiums based on the business's risk profile.

MYOB Set Up & Training

MYOB Set Up & Training involves configuring MYOB software for a business's specific needs and providing instruction on how to use it effectively. This includes setting up accounts, entering data, generating reports, and utilizing features tailored to the business's industry and requirements. The training ensures users are proficient in operating MYOB for efficient accounting and financial management.

New Business Set Up

New Business Set Up involves the process of establishing all necessary elements for a new venture to commence operations successfully. This includes registering the business, obtaining necessary licenses and permits, setting up financial accounts, developing a business plan, establishing infrastructure, and creating operational procedures. It ensures that the business is legally compliant, financially organised, and operationally ready to begin serving customers and generating revenue.

New business processes set up

New business processes set up involves establishing and implementing the operational procedures, workflows, and systems required for a newly established business to function efficiently and effectively. This includes defining roles and responsibilities, creating standardised processes for tasks such as sales, marketing, production, and customer service, as well as integrating technology and tools to support these processes. The aim is to streamline operations, enhance productivity, and ensure consistency in delivering products or services to customers.

Regular Financial Reporting

Regular financial reporting refers to the routine process of preparing and presenting financial information at scheduled intervals, such as monthly, quarterly, or annually. This reporting typically includes statements such as balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow statements, providing insight into the financial performance and position of a business. It helps stakeholders, including management, investors, and creditors, to assess the financial health, monitor progress, and make informed decisions regarding the business's operations and strategies.

Year to Date Comparisons

Year to Date (YTD) comparisons involve analysing financial data from the beginning of the current year up to the present date. This allows for evaluating performance and financial metrics over a specific period, providing insight into trends, progress, and potential areas for improvement. YTD comparisons are commonly used in financial reporting to assess growth, profitability, and efficiency, enabling stakeholders to make informed decisions based on up-to-date information.

End of Year Reports for Accountant

End of year reports for accountants typically refer to comprehensive financial statements and documents compiled at the conclusion of a fiscal year. These reports include essential information such as balance sheets, income statements, cash flow statements, and other relevant financial data. They serve as crucial documents for accountants to analyse the financial performance of a business, prepare tax returns, and provide insights and recommendations to clients for strategic planning and compliance purposes.

Data Entry & Filing

Data entry involves inputting information into digital systems or databases accurately and efficiently, often from physical documents, to maintain organised records for various purposes.

STP (Single Touch Payroll)

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is an Australian government initiative requiring employers to report payroll information to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) electronically each time they pay their employees. It simplifies reporting by integrating payroll processes with ATO systems, providing real-time data on salaries, wages, PAYG withholding, and superannuation contributions. STP aims to streamline compliance, improve data accuracy, and enhance visibility into employer obligations.

BAS Lodgement

BAS (Business Activity Statement) lodgement is the process of submitting financial information to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) regarding a business's tax obligations. It typically includes details on GST (Goods and Services Tax), PAYG (Pay As You Go) withholding, and other taxes. This regular reporting helps businesses fulfil their taxation requirements and enables the ATO to assess and collect the appropriate taxes owed.

PAYGW & IAS Lodgement

PAYGW (Pay As You Go Withholding) and IAS (Income Activity Statement) lodgement involve submitting tax information to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). PAYGW is for withholding tax from employee wages, while IAS covers other tax obligations like GST, PAYG instalment amounts, and fringe benefits tax. Lodgement ensures businesses comply with tax regulations and meet payment deadlines.

Superannuation Lodgements

Superannuation lodgement involves reporting and remitting employee superannuation contributions to their chosen super funds. It ensures compliance with Australian regulations mandating employers to contribute to their employees' retirement savings.

Bank & Credit Card Reconciliation

Bank & Credit Card reconciliation is the process of comparing financial records, such as bank statements, with internal accounting records to ensure they match. It identifies discrepancies, errors, or missing transactions, helping maintain accuracy and integrity in financial reporting.

Payroll set up and training

Payroll setup and training involve configuring payroll systems and educating staff on their usage. This includes defining employee details, tax withholdings, and payment schedules, ensuring accurate payroll processing and compliance with regulations. Training sessions familiarise users with software features and procedures for efficient payroll management.


Certificate IV Financial Services (Bookkeeping)

Certificate IV Financial Services (Bookkeeping) is an Australian qualification providing comprehensive training in bookkeeping practices. It covers areas like financial transactions, reconciliations, BAS preparation, and compliance with regulatory requirements. This certification equips individuals with essential skills for roles in bookkeeping and accounting.

MYOB Partner

A MYOB Partner is a professional or firm accredited by MYOB, a leading provider of accounting software and solutions. These partners offer expertise in MYOB products and services, providing support, training, implementation, and customisation to clients using MYOB software for their business accounting needs.

Registered BAS Agent

A Registered BAS Agent is authorised to handle BAS preparation and lodgement for businesses in Australia. They're registered with the Tax Practitioners Board, ensuring they meet education, experience, and conduct standards to assist with GST, PAYG, and other tax obligations.