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Single Touch Payroll Insights.

Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new government initiative designed to streamline business payroll reporting and obligations. Whilst it has been compulsory for larger employers to report on this basis for some time, it will now be compulsory for ALL employers from 1 July 2019. STP is a new reporting process which requires employers to […]

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To Integrate or Not …

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Certum Accountants Australia has always prided itself on being an innovative and proactive firm, always looking to improve efficiencies by utilizing new technologies and advances. How can we encourage our clients to be innovative if we are not innovative ourselves? It should, therefore, come as no surprise when we learned that there was now an […]

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PROSPA Alliance – Finance for Business

Certum Accountants are please to announce our new alliance with PROSPA – whereby business clients can obtained unsecured finance fro $5k – $250k, subject to to normal lending criteria. This  innovative approach to finance has established Prospa as Australia’s leading online lender to small business. The proof is there, with 95% overall customer satisfaction rating […]

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The Things You Didn’t Know Are Dangerous

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With more than $300 million in gross sales, WWSG encompasses a collective group of companies providing both products and services to the public and private sectors. In this short article, we hope to present to you one of the most poisonous and yet widely used metals that is still being at the core of everyday items; […]

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There’s An App for That …

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There’s An App for That If you have stood at a checkout hoping you haven’t moved the card you’re looking for into the other wallet or left it on your desk, or if you find yourself shuffling through an endless pile of loyalty cards, you may find one of these apps (available in ITunes or […]

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Dealing With the ATO

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Dealing with the ATO It is estimated that one in fifteen small businesses fail because of inaccurate or poor record-keeping. The ATO’s record keeping requirements have a dual purpose, tax collection being the primary one, but to also give small business owners more financial control. Up to date financials let you make informed business decisions. […]

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