Institute of Certified Bookkeepers

ICB is presenting a dedicated Bookkeeper Stream at ATSA 2017 – the Accountants' Technology Showcase for Australia.

ATSA is a dedicated two-day event where you as a bookkeeper, can listen and engage with the leaders of technology in our community. As a bookkeeper, you have the option to attend just the first day or both days, which is a great opportunity to network and meet all of the software providers in the exhibition area.

Day 1 is fully dedicated to bookkeepers, with ICB presenting in the afternoon sessions.

The ICB Members price is only $275.00

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Day 1 Agenda
12:45pm – 1:15pm What technology should do for your bookkeeping
– presented by Matthew Addison

A contemporary view on the full end-to-end services of bookkeeping and the recommended technology for anyone doing bookkeeping or installing business management solutions in their clients. This will include the business authorisations and declarations that your software should be enabling to ensure that you and your client are agreeing on what is “true and correct”.
1:25pm – 1:55pm Invoices should be digital
– presented by ICB and Receipt Bank

The most efficient way to receive invoices from your suppliers is now digital! Rick from ICB will provide insight into the options available for business to automate the receipt, authorisation and processing of Purchase Invoices. Sophie from Receipt Bank will then demonstrate how it can benefit practitioners. Providing an online access to the status of clients processing and how a practitioner can enhance the automation of the creation of data.
2:00pm – 2:30pm Imbedding technology into solving Fair Work
– presented by ICB and Workforce Guardian

Be introduced to the ICB 'HR Intermediary' model for incorporating HR advisory services into your practice, leveraging off the technology based expert services from Workforce Guardian. HR Advice requires a new level of knowledge and a deliberate approach to assist your clients in avoiding any impact of a Fairwork investigation.
2:35pm – 3:05pm Single Touch Payroll Part 1: Explanation
– presented by Matthew Addison

An explanation into Single Touch Payroll (STP) and what it means for practitioners. Who must report their payroll using STP?  Who could?  What happens to Payment Summaries? How will I comply? What about the non-computerised employers? When? What if my software is not ready? Discover the answer to these questions, and more.
3:10pm – 3:40pm Single Touch Payroll Part 2: Implementation
– presented by Matthew Addison

A practical approach for practitioners to prepare their clients for transition into Single Touch Payroll (STP). We will look at the best practice approach to preparing clients in anticipation of their software enabling STP.  What has to be in the data file and in what format?  What processes are required once the client reports via STP?

This is a wonderful opportunity for you to expand your knowledge and gain answers to questions you didn't realise you had. Be sure to book in early.

You have the choice of registering for one day or both, and choose which session you would like to attend (with no need to book in) and gain the added benefit of being an ICB member to receive a discounted fee.

References

  • 31st August, 2017
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