How to Become an Accountant: FAQs on Your Accounting Course

0 Comments   Posted: 10/07/20   by Inspire Media

How to Become an Accountant: FAQs on Your Accounting Course

Is an accounting course required to become an accountant in Australia?  The short answer is “YES”. To help you start your accounting career, we answered some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about accounting courses in this blog: How to Become an Accountant: FAQs 1. Why Accounting Course? 2. What Skills Do I Need to Read the full post

What does an accountant do?

5 Comments   Posted: 26/06/20   by Inspire Media

What Does an Accountant Do? Enrol Now in an Accounting Course.

What is an accountant? Simply put, an accountant is a trained professional who is tasked with maintaining the accounts of a company. The accounts of a company are very important, since they are meant to be a reflection of the financial state of the organisation. They also have a number of different uses in reporting, Read the full post

Top 25 Accounting Blogs

9 Comments   Posted: 26/06/20   by Inspire Media

Top 25 Accounting Blogs To Help You With Your Accounting Course

Being an accountant is no easy task. After all, it’s not just about the numbers and preparing financial reports. Being an accountant also means complying with the current tax regulations, keeping up with the latest accounting software, managing inventory and payroll, and so much more. The financial services industry is constantly evolving, which is why Read the full post

How much will an accounting course cost you?

2 Comments   Posted: 26/06/20   by Brent Rogers

How much will an accounting course cost?

Short answer: It varies. Long answer: Your accounting course cost depends on what you study, where you study, and how you study. All accounting courses below determine “what you study”; the delivery, whether online or face-to-face, determines “where and how you study”. You may also want to consider possible career outcomes as you finish your accounting studies. Read the full post

Why accountants get the most confused…is it $3 – $2 or is it $2 – $3?

0 Comments   Posted: 26/04/18   by Adrian

woman calculating finances with calculator

This blog post was written by Sharon P. Sharon is an accounting trainer from Inspire Education and has been training accountancy students for 8 months, having 5 years of accounting experience under her belt. Her achievement of being an accountant was motivated by her desire to prove that anything is possible in this world, with or without an education. Read the full post

How to Claim Your Self Education Tax Deduction

0 Comments   Posted: 23/07/15   by Luke Imbong

Self Education Tax Deductions Guide Most people take up training courses to improve their skills or enhance their career, but did you know the benefits go beyond helping you at work? Thanks to the Australian tax laws for self-education, you may be able to claim tax deductions for the courses you’ve studied! If you are Read the full post

Tips from Centenarians: How to Live A Longer Life

0 Comments   Posted: 19/02/14   by Natalie Hoerner

What would you do if you lived past 100? It’s not too far a stretch to say that a lot of people want to live forever. Many spend their lives looking for the mystery cure to aging, the magical fountain of youth. But what if the answer is simpler than we all think? The Australia Read the full post

Bookkeeper fined $30,000 for acting as unregistered agent

0 Comments   Posted: 02/10/13   by William Cowie

BAS Agent Registration Procedure

A NSW man has been ordered to pay $30,000 in penalties by the Federal Court of Australia for breaches of the Tax Agent Services Act 2009. Despite not being a registered tax agent or BAS agent, the man represented himself to clients as a registered agent on numerous occasions. He also prepared and lodged 49 Read the full post

Tips For Keeping Your Student Credit Card In Check

0 Comments   Posted: 28/06/13   by Inspire Media

Tips For Keeping Your Student Credit Card In Check

With more than 15 million credit cards in circulation in Australia alone and an average spend of 21 million dollars per year across the nation; it’s safe to say that banking is big business. Statistics show the average card has just over a $3,300 balance, which can be a significant amount to pay off for Read the full post

Budgeting tips for students: studying and living on a low income

2 Comments   Posted: 27/06/13   by William Cowie

Tips for Living on a Student Budget

Tips for Living on a Student Budget 1. Set a budget You should know, at least roughly, how much money you earn every week. Work out how much you need to save each week, so you have something put away for emergencies. Deduct money you’re saving for fun stuff (holidays, new gadgets, etc). What you Read the full post

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