I know the special constraints under which small businesses operate, and I understand exactly the ways in which I can help them to to grow by focusing on their core strengths
Melbourne, Australia (Vocus/PRWEB) April 15, 2011
One of the challenges that small businesses owners the world over face is having to manage the administrative and regulatory tasks that go hand in hand with business ownership. A new service for the people of Victoria, Australia, Remote Bookkeeping, has now been launched to help shoulder this burden.
While small business owners may be well qualified in their trade or profession, or experts in the manufacture of specific products, accounting and bookkeeping may be well outside their area of expertise. It is often their inability to cope with everyday bookkeeping and reporting tasks (like preparing and submitting BAS statements on time) that can see them fall foul of the Australian Taxation Department.
John Middleton, owner of Remote Bookkeeping and Accounting, has created an accounting and bookkeeping service that focuses specifically on small businesses in Victoria, Australia.
“I have run my own successful businesses, from manufacturing to export, and because I am a qualified accountant, my focus is always on good, solid, financial management.” says Middleton.
“I know the special constraints under which small businesses operate, and I understand exactly the ways in which I can help them to to grow by focusing on their core strengths” says Middleton. “And this has been the impetus behind the creation of Remote Bookkeeping.
According to Mr Middleton, one of the main reasons that small businesses fail is because they fail to recognize the importance of establishing sound bookkeeping systems.
“There are easy to use software packages that allow them record transactions and run accounts online in a way that makes reporting easy. I can not only train them, or their staff, in how to use these, but I can manage the whole process for them” he explains.
Businesses that are located outside of the metropolitan areas in Australia are already embracing the services offered by Middleton. By setting up working financial accounting systems for them, he can collect online all of the information needed for Business Activity Statement (BAS) reporting, and have documentation in order to deliver to a tax accountant for the end of financial year reporting.
The whole services can be conducted online, or, if required, on site consultations are available.
Learn more at http://www.remotebookkeeping.com.au
About John Middleton B.Sc(Biochemistry); MBA(Marketing); M Comm.(Accounting) ; AInstB;
John Middleton has been involved in general business management for over 29 years, 13 of which has been as a business owner. He knows and understands the needs of small businesses. His experience encompasses many industries, including Vineyards, Restaurants, Export, Construction, Equipment, Rendering and Logistics. He is a Reckon Accredited Accountant Registered BAS Agent (Tax Practitioners Board Accreditation Number 87099000) Public Practice Member, AAT Australia. John is the principal of Remote Bookkeeping and Accounting.