Work smarter: Two time management hacks accountants love

Work smarter: Two time management hacks accountants love

Work smarter: Two time management hacks accountants love

When it comes to time management hacks, there's a few simple ways to ensure you utilise every last minute of your time.

Time management hacking

Buying time is one of the most valuable investments you can make. Over the years, I’ve tried and tested a number of different tactics to add more hours to the day. If you’re interested in my top time management tips, you can find them here, here and here.

The good news is that you can utilise more than one time saving tactic at a time. Here are two of my favourite methods to stay focused, productive, and time efficient.

Method one: Do-Delegate-Dump

Sorting the important tasks from the time-wasters.

Do it
Do you have to or want to do the task yourself? If yes, then buckle down and just get it done. Only work on one task at a time.

If no – move on to delegate or dump. 

Delegate it
Do you have to do this on your own? If not, get someone else to do it for you. If you don’t have anyone then train someone or outsource the task. Can technology replace this task? If yes, go back to the top!

Dump it
Is this task even necessary? If the task offers no value – get rid of it. If yes, go back to the top!

“Only work on one task at a time.”

Method two: The 5 Minute Rule

My personal favourite tasks management thought process. Sometimes referred to as the ‘One Touch One Decision’ Rule. 

If you can practise this principle until it becomes second nature this will be extremely valuable. The logic is simple. You need to make a decision as soon as you touch an email or a document or think about an idea. It does not mean you need to do it, you just need to decide what you will do and when. 

Less than 5 minutes – do it now
More than 5 minutes – schedule

Decide when you will do it and schedule. Estimate the amount of time you will need, go into your calendar or notebook and book a meeting with yourself at a specific date and time.

Once you have decided to do it now or schedule it now, remove the email/piece of paper and advise the person of your intention (quick response with your timeframe can stop future headaches). 

Make a decision and either delete or file. Nothing should be in your inbox or in-tray.

 

Give these methods a try, and thank me later for your extra free time.

Lisa Hooton
Lisa Hooton is the founding director of Nurture Accounting in North Lakes QLD. She has 25 years experience in Public Practice with a passion for Small Business Compliance. Lisa is dedicated to Nurture’s clients and team, always learning, fun and spirited individual. Lisa is a guru in time and workflow managment. She is also an advocate for the development and implementation of automation and cloud systems in small business. Lisa is a supporter of women in small business and an active volunteer in the local community. Lisa lives with her husband of 24 years and 3 amazing daughters in Murrumba Downs QLD. She spends her downtime writing blogs and courses on business administration and management, is an avid gamer and loves a good road trip. BBus (hons). BArts (hons). CPA. MIPA. Registered Tax Agent. Registered ASIC Agent. Xero Certified Advisor and Xero Gold Partner.

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Time management tips #3: How to level-up your efficiency

Time management tips #3: How to level-up your efficiency

Time management tips #3: How to level-up your efficiency

Here are my top tips to truly get the most out of not only your workday - but your whole life. It’s precious, you know.

Tips management tips #3

By now, you should know that I am big on time management – and big on boosted productivity. If you’re new to the improved efficiency game, I recommend reading back through Time Management tips #1 and #2 – to help you get the basics in order. 

If you’re still here, it means you’re ready to go even bigger and level up your time management skills. Here are my top tips to truly get the most out of not only your workday – but your whole life. It’s precious, you know.

1. Utilise the weekend, just a little bit

I’ve found that it’s amazing how doing just a little bit on weekends can really lessen the workload during the week. I am for 2-4 hours per day. You’ll still leave yourself plenty of free time for activities.

And for those that are screaming ‘family time is more important!’ I agree, but you can’t spend quality time with your family and friends if your focus is elsewhere. Clear the task on your mind and then enjoy the free time. They will enjoy the less stressed version of you anyway.

2. Create organising systems

You may have heard the message that being organised saves tonnes of time. You don’t have to be the most ultra-organised person in the world to implement and use organisational systems.

Personally, I believe that it’s a waste of time organising things. If you need to spend time organising things, then you have too many things. If you need to spend money on organising systems (boxes, shelves, etc) then you have too many things. But I am, in lieu of a better word, a minimalist – and that practice is a little different.

That said, everyone has their own way of doing things. To work on this item, isolate all the spaces in your life that suck time and come up with a way to organise them better. The initial time investment will save you so much in the future. Make sure all items have a place at work and home. Obviously, the less things you have – the easier it is.

3. Cut down electronic clutter

Electronic clutter is just as bad – if not worse – than physical clutter. Managing electronic clutter and Microsoft mayhem is an entire topic of its own! In the meantime, here are a few main ways to decrease your electronic clutter:

  • Unsubscribe from email lists if you don’t want to receive their content
  • Turn off notifications for things you don’t need to be advised of immediately
  • Don’t use your phone reminders for everything, as I guarantee you will just hit ‘done’ and not actually do it. Use if for very important things only.
  • At work, tidy your inbox daily. It’s a to-do list of its own. Think of it like being the old paper intray. The only things in there are things not done yet!

If you need to spend time organising things, then you have too many things. If you need to spend money on organising systems (boxes, shelves, etc) then you have too many things”

4. Do something during waiting time

We tend to have a lot of waiting time in our day-to-day lives. Waiting rooms, school pick-up, queues, kid supervision (the pool for me), sitting on hold with the NBN (don’t get me started) or on the cardio equipment at the gym (kidding – see the previous blog).

Find things to do during this time. I tend to clear junk emails, brainstorm and draft email responses (I don’t send them until I’ve proofread again on my laptop as I have bad eyesight). I jot down my notes and thoughts on Google Keep but transfer data later to where it needs to be if useful. Even things like shopping lists, meal planning, family things that pop into your head, marketing/facebook ideas, tomorrow’s to do etc – will get jotted down during my downtime.

You can increase productivity two-fold by using those pockets of time when you are not resting but essentially waiting for other people to get those little 5-minute tasks done and dusted.

5. Group similar tasks together

Different tasks demand different types of thinking. So, it makes sense to allow your mind to continue to flow with its current state rather than switch unnecessarily to something that’s going to require you to re-orient.

This is when the to-do list comes into play. It’s hard to group tasks together when you have no idea what you need to achieve each day. Go through your list and consider what tasks use similar tools and thought processes, then do them together.

6. Find time for stillness

Too many people don’t find time to just be still. Yet, it’s extraordinary what a stillness practice can do. Discovering time in your life for silence and non-motion reduces anxiety and shows you that there is no need to constantly rush.

I’ll admit – this one is from a book. I have tried many apps and classes, and reaching a personal state of stillness is very tricky for me!

“We get so caught up that we forget to enjoy what we’re doing. Even when we focus on working smarter, we’re still often too focused on getting things done.”

7. One last tip (the best one)

There’s one final tip I want to mention. If you remember one thing from this series – this should be it!

Enjoyment should always be the goal. Work can be play.

We get so caught up that we forget to enjoy what we’re doing. Even when we focus on working smarter, we’re still often too focused on getting things done.

This should never be the only point. Always ask yourself: What can I do to spend more time enjoying what I’m doing?

The goal should be to arrange your commitments in a way that makes you happy to live out your daily life. Yes, that’s right – even while you’re working!

Lisa Hooton
Lisa Hooton is the founding director of Nurture Accounting in North Lakes QLD. She has 25 years experience in Public Practice with a passion for Small Business Compliance. Lisa is dedicated to Nurture’s clients and team, always learning, fun and spirited individual. Lisa is a guru in time and workflow managment. She is also an advocate for the development and implementation of automation and cloud systems in small business. Lisa is a supporter of women in small business and an active volunteer in the local community. Lisa lives with her husband of 24 years and 3 amazing daughters in Murrumba Downs QLD. She spends her downtime writing blogs and courses on business administration and management, is an avid gamer and loves a good road trip. BBus (hons). BArts (hons). CPA. MIPA. Registered Tax Agent. Registered ASIC Agent. Xero Certified Advisor and Xero Gold Partner.

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Time management tips #2: Forming healthy habits for the workplace

Time management tips #2: Forming healthy habits for the workplace

Time management tips #2: Forming healthy habits for the workplace

Creating efficient habits in the workplace is one of the best ways to improve your time management.

Tips management tips #2

Creating efficient habits in the workplace is one of the best ways to improve your time management. But it can be hard to shake off the old, unproductive ones.

Here are a few tips to help you create effective habits in the workplace.

1. Turn key tasks into routines

My to-do list is a daily task for me. I update it every single morning, first thing over coffee. I have tried a variety of apps and use a combination of ClickUp (for larger projects), Microsoft To-Do (for little daily lists) and Google Keep (for personal thoughts, notes, links, pictures etc). I do love the concept of paper lists and journaling, but I’m trying to minimise my footprint on this earth.

It may seem like a massive undertaking for some people, but it’s very manageable for me now because it is habitual. I rarely break this routine. Because of this, my mind is in the habit of doing this task. It has become quite natural and enjoyable. After a short while – you may find it becomes enjoyable for you, too.

2. Get smarter about screen time

Time spent browsing social media, gaming or watching TV can be one of the biggest drainers or productivity.

Of course, we are not robots and need downtime – and the above are great for that. But being more aware of how much time you spend on these activities will help you create productive workplace habits.

Let’s say you’ve recorded the time and on average you spend 4 hours a day watching TV, online shopping and on Facebook. That’s your downtime. This is completely okay if you are happy with this amount of time each day spent as downtime.

It shouldn’t be a guilty pleasure. Don’t feel bad about trading some of your valuable time to recharge, particularly when you have been productive for the rest of the day. On the flipside, don’t complain about being super busy, not getting anything done or having ‘no time to exercise’ either.

What you do with your downtime is voluntary, and you have chosen to use it up on these activities.

3. Set yourself a time limit

Instead of just sitting down to work on a project and thinking ‘I’m going to be here until this is done,’ try thinking ‘I’m going to work on this for three hours’.

This time constraint will push you to focus and be more efficient, even if you end up having to go back and add a bit more later.

Putting a time limit on tasks can also prevent simply going brain dead and sitting there achieving nothing. There are many studies on how much time you should focus is one session and they are varied. What I learnt from these studies is that every individual is different. If you know you have a short focus span, then space your work out in 40 minute chunks. You will work more efficiently and get more done in the long run.

Putting a time limit on tasks can also prevent simply going brain dead and sitting there achieving nothing.”

4. Leave a buffer-time between tasks

When we rush from task to task, it’s difficult to appreciate what we’re doing and stay focused and motivated.

Allowing ourselves down-time between tasks can be a breath of fresh air for our brains. While taking a break, go for a short walk, meditate, or do something you really enjoy –  like a bit of that online shopping!

5. Don’t think of the totality of your to-do list

One of the fastest ways to overwhelm yourself is to think about your massive to-do list. The easiest way to avoid this one is not to have one that is massive in the first place. Make sure your tasks are in smaller manageable chunks so you can actually achieve something.

At each point in time, all you can do is focus on the one task before you.

6. Exercise and eat healthy

Numerous studies have linked a healthy lifestyle with work and productivity. Like getting enough sleep, exercising and eating healthily will boost energy levels, clear your mind and allow you to focus more easily.

Personally, I find this one challenging (though I do try!). If I am stuck in a rut and not being very productive, I do 20 minutes of something that moves my body either outdoors or even grocery shopping. I understand how hard it can be to get up and get going, but you always feel better afterwards.

Or sometimes, I get loads of tasks done and dusted with the company of a kit-kat and a coffee – whatever works! Moderation is key, right?

“One of the fastest ways to overwhelm yourself is to think about your massive to-do list.”

Be gentle with yourself when you’re implementing these – Rome wasn’t built in a day, and neither were long-lasting habits. Commit to trying some (or all, if you’re feeling ambitious!) of these for 3-4 weeks. Then, reassess to see if any habits need to be tweaked or aren’t working, and what has become second nature to you.

I’m sure you’ll find they add a lot of value (and time!) to your day.

Lisa Hooton
Lisa Hooton is the founding director of Nurture Accounting in North Lakes QLD. She has 25 years experience in Public Practice with a passion for Small Business Compliance. Lisa is dedicated to Nurture’s clients and team, always learning, fun and spirited individual. Lisa is a guru in time and workflow managment. She is also an advocate for the development and implementation of automation and cloud systems in small business. Lisa is a supporter of women in small business and an active volunteer in the local community. Lisa lives with her husband of 24 years and 3 amazing daughters in Murrumba Downs QLD. She spends her downtime writing blogs and courses on business administration and management, is an avid gamer and loves a good road trip. BBus (hons). BArts (hons). CPA. MIPA. Registered Tax Agent. Registered ASIC Agent. Xero Certified Advisor and Xero Gold Partner.

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What’s new 21-22: Important changes for the new financial year

What’s new 21-22: Important changes for the new financial year

What’s new 21-22: Important changes for the new financial year

As July 1st approaches, it is vital that business owners and taxpayers alike, are aware of the key changes coming for the new financial year.

As July 1st approaches, it is vital that business owners and taxpayers alike, are aware of the key changes coming for the new financial year. The below information is likely to affect us all, whether we want it to or not, so please do read carefully.

Director Identification Number (DIN) legislation

The new Director Identification Number (DIN) system will see all directors confirming their identity, with a unique identifier for each person who consents to being a director.

This legislation, passed without amendment in June 2020, will be operated by the ATO. Its core purpose is to improve transactional activity between businesses and the government and to increase the accountability of corporations.

A few main points to be aware of:

  1. The DIN system will be rolled out with a vision to create a central Commonwealth Business Registry.
  2. The legislation aims to combat “phoenix activity” where companies are liquidated or abandoned to deliberately dodge debts and/or liabilities.
  3. A DIN will stay with a director throughout their lifetime, even if they cease to be a director in the future.

“A DIN with stay with a director throughout their lifetime, even if they cease to be a director in the future”

Changes in the Superannuation Guarantee Rate

From the 1st of July 2021, the Super Guarantee Rate will rise from 9.5% to 10%.

The upcoming rates changes are as follows:

1st July 202110.00%
1st July 202210.50%
1st July 202311.00%
1st July 202411.50%
1st July 202512.00%

 

When reviewing and planning staffing costs please ensure you include these rate changes as they are going to have a significant impact on the bottom line and cash flow for many small businesses.

By now, if you are an employer, you should be using software to process payroll to ensure you are STP compliant. Your payroll software should automatically update to incorporate the changes however we recommend checking when processing your first pay cycle for 2022 particularly if not using one of the major providers such as Xero, MYOB or QuickBooks.

As part of the 2021–22 federal Budget, the Australian Government announced it will remove the $450 per month threshold to expand coverage of super guarantee to eligible employees regardless of their monthly pay (although this measure is not yet law).

Award changes as of July 1st

The Fair Work Commission has announced a 2.5% increase to the national minimum wage. This will also apply to all award wages, with the award increase happening in 3 different stages. The first change is 1 July 2021. For more information CLICK HERE.

“From the 1st of July 2021, the Super Guarantee Rate will rise from 9.5% to 10%.”

ATO is chasing unpaid and late paid super

With the introduction of superannuation clearing houses and Single Touch Payroll (STP), the ATO has increased data matching capabilities and we are seeing the ATO being more pro-active in contacting employers about unpaid super.

What happens if super remains unpaid or you do not pay super or lodge a SGC statement on time:

  • Previously exempt earnings (like overtime) may become subject to SGC
  • Interest accrues until the SGC statement is lodged
  • Part 7 penalty can be as high as 200% of the SGC payable
  • SGC is not tax-deductible
  • Super paid late is not tax-deductible
  • You may be held personally liable for unpaid super & SGC.

This is a significant risk for employers not paying superannuation on time or not at all. Take action now and make sure you are complying with your superannuation obligations.

WorkCover Queensland changes

Get ready to renew your accident insurance policy from the 1st of July, 2021.

If you employ workers in Queensland, it’s time to start preparing to renew your WorkCover accident insurance policy. Find out who you need to cover and what payments to include in your wages declaration. Make sure your contact details with us are up-to-date so you don’t miss our notifications. Also, please be sure to cancel your policy now if you’re no longer employing.

Please CLICK HERE for more information.

Although these are seemingly small changes, we know they can have big consequences on small businesses. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with these changes, or any other aspects of your business accounting, please feel free to get into contact with us. We genuinely care about you and your success, and will do all we can to support you.

Lisa Hooton
Lisa Hooton is the founding director of Nurture Accounting in North Lakes QLD. She has 25 years experience in Public Practice with a passion for Small Business Compliance. Lisa is dedicated to Nurture’s clients and team, always learning, fun and spirited individual. Lisa is a guru in time and workflow managment. She is also an advocate for the development and implementation of automation and cloud systems in small business. Lisa is a supporter of women in small business and an active volunteer in the local community. Lisa lives with her husband of 24 years and 3 amazing daughters in Murrumba Downs QLD. She spends her downtime writing blogs and courses on business administration and management, is an avid gamer and loves a good road trip. BBus (hons). BArts (hons). CPA. MIPA. Registered Tax Agent. Registered ASIC Agent. Xero Certified Advisor and Xero Gold Partner.

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Time management tips #1: How to increase your productivity at work

Time management tips #1: How to increase your productivity at work

Time management tips #1: How to increase your productivity at work

Managing your time and increasing productivity in the workplace is more valuable than ever.

Tips management tips #1

Managing your time and increasing productivity in the workplace is more valuable than ever. Thankfully, your approach doesn’t have to be arduous. Instead of being robotic and habitual in how I tackle tasks, I try to be thoughtful and always ask myself if something can be done more efficiently, delegated or eliminated altogether. 

Here are some time management tips to get you thinking more regularly about how to refine your own practices.

1. Complete the most important tasks first

This is the golden rule of time management. Each day, identify the two or three tasks that are the most crucial to complete and do those first.

Once you’ve done these (even if it’s just ‘make the bed’!) the day has already been a success. You can move on to other things, or you can let them wait until tomorrow. You’ve finished the essential items. When starting out, this can be very motivating. If your list is too long and not reasonable for the time you have available, you will ultimately fail.

2. Learn to say “no”

At some point, you need to learn to decline opportunities. Your objective should be to take on only those commitments that you know you have time for and you truly care about.

On a personal level, this is easy. If you do nothing else, make this change today.

It is more difficult however, when starting out in business as you can only really start to say no once you are established in the company. In my experience, I would suggest you can start being more selective at the 3-5 year mark. At this point, you can be more discerning about not only who you service as a customer or client, but what auxiliary things you get involved with in the local business community. At the start, it’s all or nothing!

3. Sleep at least 7-8 hours

Some people think sacrificing sleep is a good way to hack productivity, and add a couple of extra hours to your day. But, as countless sleep guides and adult-functioning studies will tell you, this is not the case. 

Most people need 7-8 hours of sleep for their bodies and minds to function optimally. You know if you’re getting enough sleep, so simply listen to your body.

Each day, identify the two or three tasks that are the most crucial to complete and do those first.”

4. Devote your focus to the task at hand

Spend a few minutes making sure you are in a position to concentrate on the task at hand. Make sure you have a quiet place to work, or a noisy place if that works for you.

Close out of all other browser windows – in fact never have more open than you need currently. Imagine if it was books spread out all over your workspace. Put your phone AWAY (out of sight and silent). And yes – go to the toilet, get a coffee, make that phone call and then FOCUS.

5. Get an early start

Nearly all of us are plagued by the impulse to procrastinate. It seems so easy, and you always manage to get it done eventually – so why not? I see some people who even seem to get a buzz from the panic of completing something last minute.

It is so much less stressful to get an earlier start on something. It isn’t that difficult either, if you just decide firmly to do it. Oh and I don’t mean an early as in 5am start (unless that works for you), I mean not doing it on the day it is due. There’s a difference.

6. Don’t allow unimportant details to drag you down

We often allow projects to take much, much longer than they should by getting hung up on small details. I’m not suggesting you drop attention to detail – it’s a very important skill. But, learning to recognise when and where it is required, and at what level, will be a gamechanger.

This is when you implement the ‘Do-Delegate-Dump’ rules. Remember, the task may appear unimportant or trivial, but it may just need to be done by someone (or something) else. Don’t repeatedly do something that you know is a waste of your time. 

Make sure you have a quiet place to work, or a noisy place if that works for you.”

These simple shifts in your daily routine can make a huge difference to how much you get done in one day. Try implementing one or two at a time, and see what works for you. You’ll be working smarter – not harder – in no time.

Be sure to stay tuned for our next installment of our Time Management Tips series – see how many of the above you can impliment before then!

Lisa Hooton
Lisa Hooton is the founding director of Nurture Accounting in North Lakes QLD. She has 25 years experience in Public Practice with a passion for Small Business Compliance. Lisa is dedicated to Nurture’s clients and team, always learning, fun and spirited individual. Lisa is a guru in time and workflow managment. She is also an advocate for the development and implementation of automation and cloud systems in small business. Lisa is a supporter of women in small business and an active volunteer in the local community. Lisa lives with her husband of 24 years and 3 amazing daughters in Murrumba Downs QLD. She spends her downtime writing blogs and courses on business administration and management, is an avid gamer and loves a good road trip. BBus (hons). BArts (hons). CPA. MIPA. Registered Tax Agent. Registered ASIC Agent. Xero Certified Advisor and Xero Gold Partner.

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Attention Businesses: Made a loss this year? Claim it now with Loss Carry Back.

Attention Businesses: Made a loss this year? Claim it now with Loss Carry Back.

Attention Businesses: Made a loss this year? Claim it now with Loss Carry Back.

Businesses: Loss Carry Back gives you the choice to claim your current tax loss against a previous income year. This could result in a cash refund for your business!

What is loss carry back?

The government recently announced a loss carry back measure to encourage new investments. This new law came into effect 1 January 2021 and could influence your company’s tax position in 2021 or 2022.

Your business could claim a refundable tax offset up to the amount of their prior liability. Cash refunds can be generated by carrying back allocated tax losses.

Your business may be eligible if:

  • Your business is a corporate limited partnership, company, or a public trading trust, and was registered as such during the year you want to claim the business tax offset
  • The business had an income tax liability in 2019, 2020 or 2021 financial years
  • The business made a loss in the 2020, 2021 or 2022 financial years
  • The aggregated turnover of the business was less than $5 billion
  • Your tax return lodgement obligations for the last five years are up to date.

When completing the 2021 Financial Year accounts, here at Nurture, we will be reviewing each potential business and be in touch to discuss the rules around eligibility, integrity, and tax offset calculation and how they influence your company’s business tax. You can only claim the tax loss once, so you must get advice about how and when to apply this measure to your business.

TLDR: Claim money back from previous tax years, if your business made a loss in the most recent financial year.

Feeling confused?

Not to worry, we’re here to help and make sure you can claim every possible cent back. We’re hoping that this government initative will help businesses in recovering from potential losses, and set them up for the future.

To find out more, go to: www.ato.gov.au/business/loss-carry-back-tax-offset

Alternately, please just contact us directly with any concerns you have, and we will do out best to help you out wherever possible. Look forward to hearing from you. 

Lisa Hooton
Lisa Hooton is the founding director of Nurture Accounting in North Lakes QLD. She has 25 years experience in Public Practice with a passion for Small Business Compliance. Lisa is dedicated to Nurture’s clients and team, always learning, fun and spirited individual. Lisa is a guru in time and workflow managment. She is also an advocate for the development and implementation of automation and cloud systems in small business. Lisa is a supporter of women in small business and an active volunteer in the local community. Lisa lives with her husband of 24 years and 3 amazing daughters in Murrumba Downs QLD. She spends her downtime writing blogs and courses on business administration and management, is an avid gamer and loves a good road trip. BBus (hons). BArts (hons). CPA. MIPA. Registered Tax Agent. Registered ASIC Agent. Xero Certified Advisor and Xero Gold Partner.

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