We are transparent and up-front in our billing and we work hard to be flexible and to serve your needs.
Before we begin any work on your file, we:
Unless otherwise arranged, we will use traditional time billing. This is standard accountancy practice and is calculated based on the number of hours required to work on your file by different skilled staff in our office (accounting hours, bookkeeping hours, admin hours, etc).
If you choose this billing method, we’ll give you a cost estimate based on how long we think the job will take.
Please note that this isn’t binding because it may change due to:
If this happens, we’ll send you an updated estimate and let you know the reason.
If we’re undertaking comprehensive, full-service bookkeeping and virtual office management we’ll negotiate a flat, all-inclusive hourly rate. This will include all types of tasks.
We bill this monthly in arrears based on time spent the previous month.
We also offer Agreed Price Service Plans. These are very popular and most of our clients use them. They’re fast becoming the norm for many service industries, including accounting.
An Agreed Price Service Plan is a set weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment amount based on the standard cost of our work, less a 10% discount. Payments must be made by direct debit or credit card, initiated by us.
To find out more about Agreed Price Service Plans click here.
We may be able to take our accounting fees from your income tax refund. An administration fee is charged for this.
Phone: 1300 427 526
Address: 15 Melway Crescent
HARRISTOWN QLD 4350,
Another year, another Federal Budget! This year brings a lot for small businesses to enjoy, including an extension of the $20,000 instant asset write-off scheme.
Of course, there’s a lot to prepare for. Personal tax cuts mean businesses need to get their payroll in order and there are some key changes to how the R&D offsets work.
So let’s dive into each topic. What are the key takeaways in the 2018–19 Federal Budget for your business?
2FA (Two-Factor Authentication or Two-Step Authentication) is coming to all Australian accounting software by the end of 2018.