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Our Bookkeeping solutions are designed for small to medium sized businesses, from a cross-section of industries that include:

We know that with the right Bookkeeping systems and support, we can get you back to focusing on what matters most to you - building your business by providing solutions to save you time and money, while giving you peace of mind.

Get your weekends back with H&R Block bookkeeping services from $199 per month

With expert set up and support, we'll take the time and hassle out of managing your books which leaves you the time to get on with your business. Our services include:

  • Accounting Software Set-Up
  • Accounts Payable & Receivable
  • Payroll & Superannuation
  • BAS / IAS Lodgements
  • Single Touch Payroll
  • Management Reporting
  • Cashflow Management
  • Benchmarking & KPI-Tracking

"Good bookkeeping is key to good business management and growth. It gives you the data and power to make the right decision for your business.”

 

Why use H&R Block for your bookkeeping services?

Save your time

No more late nights and weekends trying to balance your books, pay taxes or sort out payroll issues

Save your cost

Reduce your accounting costs by presenting clean books to your accountant

Give you peace of mind

We specialise in bringing your books up to date and can deal direct with the ATO for you

Business insight

Get real time visibility into your business financial performance and opportunities to improve

Benefits of investing in third party bookkeeping services

Running a small business isn’t easy. In between generating turnover, purchasing supplies and managing staff, many business owners find that the much vaunted “freedom” of running a business rather than being employed can lead to the exact opposite of freedom. Working days expand, leisure and family time disappears as weekends and evenings are spent keeping on top of the essential tasks.

Tax considerations for new businesses

So, you’re setting up a new business and you need to know the tax implications. The first question you’ll need to consider is what structure to use. Do you form a company, or maybe a trust or do you simply set yourself up as a sole trader?

It helps to know the difference between each business structure. Read about business structures, registrations you may need and tax breaks.

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