3 new financial year tasks small business owners shouldn’t skip

POLLY FLEETING | July 1, 2019

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While it can be tempting for business owners to sweep certain tasks under the rug over the financial year, like bookkeeping or organising tax receipts, scrambling to get everything sorted when June hits isn’t fun - it’s usually just extra stress! Luckily enough, the new financial year is here, and with it an opportunity to make sure your business uses the next 12 months to get maximum benefit of any new tax break, change in regulation or business process that could benefit your bottom line in the 2019/2020 financial year.

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