What does the minimum wage increase mean for your business?
On July 1, 2020, the Fair Work Commission announced an increase to the national minimum wage for Australian workers. The increase was rather modest at 1.75%. This means the previous minimum wage of $19.49 or $740.80 per week, has been increased to $19.84 per hour…
Never judge a book by its cover… or do
Tales of the unexpected Why it’s good to expect the unexpected The most obvious choice isn’t always the best “I still remember my final interview and hearing the panel say, ‘we like what we see, we want to take a chance” recalls Helio Flores…
TPAR now available in Reckon One for construction businesses
Builders get a new set of tools – tax tools! Reporting to the ATO for Builders and Construction companies just got more reasonable. TPAR support is now integrated into Reckon One for your convenience.
The benefits of market research
Some startups fail because company founders, certain that their idea will succeed, don’t use market research with actual customers. In fact, of the 9 of 10 startups that fail, 42 percent do so because no market exists for their products, says Erin Griffith in Fortune….
Reckon One’s major Payroll release. It’s ‘Game on’.
There’s a certain electricity in the air here at Reckon.
Communicating With Your Accounting Practice Clients
The simple fact of the matter is that many of our online practices simply aren’t safe enough. The ease and convenience of services we take for granted, like email and online portals, often do not offer the security that a business needs if they are…
Empowering Your CRM With Clients Accounting Data – Q&A with Tall Emu’s Mike Nash
Using a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) platform to handle your sales opportunities can become all the more powerful when it also includes data from Reckon.
Startup To Success With Qwilr
Dylan Baskind and Mark Tanner are the founders of Qwilr, software that makes creating web pages as easy as writing a document. The web pages are data rich, interactive, and dynamic. Reckon sat down with the two founders to discuss where the idea came from…