Long lists, late nights, strings of suppliers… running a business is rarely easy, and not always pretty. But as anyone who has worked in a small business knows, it comes with moments of beauty that make all the hard work worthwhile.
This June, fan favorite Greg Kyte will be returning to the Xerocon stage in Atlanta. From impromptu serenades to keeping attendees in stitches (or at least on their toes), Greg is the MC who knows how to keep things interesting.
It’s an important time of year for accountants and bookkeepers across the country who may be feeling the push to file clients’ tax returns by 31 March. Here are ten tips which may help ease the pressure.
Recently, we implemented a very popular request: adding Xero partner program points for Xero Projects. Because of this, thousands of Xero partners are already earning more points. Now, we have more exciting news to share: points will soon be boosted again with five points per WorkflowMax organisation.
Deadlines are part of every accountant’s day-to-day lives. Many in practice roll from one deadline to the next with hardly a breath to separate them. The problem with deadlines is not so much the rush and stress of requesting, collating, reviewing and submitting information, but more the myopic mindset that tends to develop as the deadlines loom.
Spring and Summer are just around the corner, and do you know what else is? Xerocon Atlanta! As always, we’re bringing you a day of pre-conference workshops to make sure you start your Xerocon learnings off on the right foot.
Today is International Women’s Day (IWD) and this year’s theme is #PressforProgress. This is a nod to the #metoo movement. It highlights the need to continue to fight for gender equality in its many forms.
With the themes of strength, diversity and innovation front of mind for International Women’s Day, Xero Melbourne started the day with a breakfast panel event to discuss the achievements and challenges of women in small business.