These business habits are your apple a day. Source: Unsplash/Estudio Bloom

Finance
Kye White

New financial year, new me: Healthy business habits to put in place

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Kye White
4 minute Read

With the new financial year just around the corner, businesses around Australia are turning their minds to getting their books in order.

It would not be a stretch to say that the last year has been one of the most challenging in decades for those operating small and medium businesses. Living through a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic is stressful enough, and running a business at the same time adds a whole layer of complexity. So perhaps the most important thing to say as tax time rolls around, is be kind to yourself, and remember you are not alone.

And if you’re finding the end of the financial year stressful because you’ve fallen behind on your admin, here are some healthy habits you can put in place to make next year’s tax time a little easier.

Technology can make your life easier

TJ Accounting Consultants co-founder Jolene Elliott says many businesses owners get stressed out by record keeping — but there are plenty of technology solutions that can make organising your finances and capturing invoices simple. 

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