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FREE XERO HEALTH CHECK

HAS YOUR BUSINESS GROWN QUICKLY AND YOUR XERO FILE HASN’T KEPT PACE? OR IS IT TIME FOR A CHECK UP?

A regular health check, especially if you do your own bookkeeping, is an important investment. It’s like getting your car serviced to make sure it keeps running at peak performance.

Maybe you have a chart of accounts that is full of meaningless accounts, GST coding that is a dog’s breakfast or management reports that honestly make absolutely no sense to you or  you just don’t understand them.

 

How much are your bookkeeping errors, or lack of accurate records costing you?

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Some of the things we can identify in a health check:

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Bank accounts not balancing

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Old transactions that have not been reconciled

Duplicate transactions in the bank account

Errors in settings

GST coding mistakes

Chart of Accounts coding issues

Included;

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Review Xero Set Up

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Check bank feeds, reconciliations + balances of each account

Review Charts of Accounts

Transaction Coding issues

GST review of the account transactions for the current financial year

Review of payroll setup

Detailed Report of findings and recommendations

Free Xero Health Check

NOT SURE WHAT SERVICES YOU NEED?
BOOK A COMPLIMENTARY STRATEGY CALL TODAY.

There is no better time to start working towards your dreams and financial goals than right now.

  • What is a BAS?
    A BAS (Business Activity Statement) is an activity statement that GST registered businesses need to lodge (usually quarterly for small business) to account for: The difference between GST Collected (paid from customers) and GST Paid (paid to suppliers) PAYG withheld from employees wages Where required, a prepayment on your income tax (called PAYG income tax)
  • When Are My BAS Returns Due In?
    For businesses registered to pay quarterly who are not using a BAS Agent (like us) to lodge their return, BAS payment due dates are as follows: 1st Quarter – July, August, September due 28th October 2nd Quarter – October, November, December due 28th February 3rd Quarter – January, February, March due 28th April 4th Quarter – April, May, June due 28th July Extensions of 4 weeks apply if you are using a BAS agent or tax agent, excluding the 2nd quarter as everyone gets an extension then
  • What if I owe BAS but don’t have the money to pay?
    Obviously its ideal to put aside the money each week so that you have it ready when the BAS is due. But if you find yourself in a position where you don’t have the money, you should call the Tax Office and ask for a payment plan. If you call the Tax Office up front, then any fines will usually be lower.
  • Do all purchases have GST included in them?
    Not necessarily. The most common exceptions are: Imports Non prepared food (eg milk and instant coffee but not take away coffee or biscuits) Some government charges, such as ASIC fees, Stamp Duty Bank Fees Loan Payments Owners Drawings
  • I am behind in my BAS and ATO obligations, how do I get up to date?
    Do not worry, it is very common, and (with the right help) the problem is easily fixed but its important to address it earlier rather than later. Whatever the reason you fell behind, you need to get up to date. As registered BAS agents and qualified bookkeepers we deal with the ATO on your behalf on matters relating to BAS agent services, PAYG reporting, IAS and more. We can negotiate on your behalf for lodgement and payment extensions depending on your circumstances.
  • What other services BAS agents can provide?
    Registered BAS agents can also lodge: Single Touch Payroll (digital way of reporting salary and wage, tax withheld and super) A super guarantee charge (SGC) statement – quarterly form A taxable payments annual report Payment summaries, employee termination payments, gross wages, allowances, PAYG withholding and other taxable and non-taxable payroll items A tax file number declaration on behalf of a client An application to the Registrar for an Australian business number on behalf of a client.
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