APL Accounting News February 2019
With a burst of light, and a loud fizzle – there goes January! Another One Bites the Dust.
APL Web Masterclass
Just a reminder we have a web masterclass (not just Radio Ga Ga) planned each month focusing on a different strategy to improve your best practice performance, staff engagement, and your clients overall experience. Each month We Will Rock You while you focus on one thing and we will be recording your results using Profitdiagnostix to see how well you perform. We know there is a little bit of Freddie Mercury in everyone, performance is everything.
We will be selecting a charity through B1G1 and making a donation to the chosen charity for the month based on your performance.
Mark these dates in your calendars as they are events not to be missed!
- 20 February – Improving the number of consultations in your clinic
- 27 March – Improving the number of repeat consults in your clinic
- 17 April – Improving the client experience
So what sort of special things are happening in the world at the moment?
February due dates
So now that January is all sorted – Don’t Stop Me Now! Here’s what needs to happen in February:
January IAS (if you pay PAYGW monthly) is due 21 February
December BAS is due 28 February
Super (if you pay monthly) is due 28 February
Since it’s Valentine’s Day month the APL Facebook page could do with some February love. We’d love to see pictures of your pets! Click here
The dates for our client workshops have been released
Tues 27 August – Sydney
Fri 6 September – Brisbane plus web streaming for this event if you can’t attend physically.
Tues 29 October – Melbourne
So mark one of these off on the calendar because if you don’t we will think you’re Slightly Mad.
I Want To Break Free!
We have Somebody to Love at APL HQ who is new to our pack. Nurten has adopted a rescue cat.
Everyone at APL is looking forward to meeting Mischa, however we may have to stick to pictures for now as this is pretty much a dog office – because We Are The Champions!
Please Note: Many of the comments in this publication are general in nature and anyone intending to apply the information to practical circumstances should seek professional advice to independently verify their interpretation and the informations applicability to their particular circumstances. In particular, please note that the APL dogs who often prepare this newsletter do not have opposable thumbs so have to type with their noses.