First Class Accounts

Chelsea Sanginiti wins 2016 Franchisee of the Year

First Class Financial Group is pleased to announce Chelsea Sanginiti as our 2016 Franchisee of the Year. Chelsea, from First Class Accounts Fremantle, was announced the winner at our annual gala dinner, which concludes our group conference every year. Chelsea has been the nominated operator of her franchise since 2009, taking over from her mother [..]

First Class Clients – Dr Cyril Fernandez Case Study

When you're an outsourced bookkeeper, you benefit from getting to work with some great client across a breadth of industries. We've very recently profiled Parul Mehta, the Franchise Council of Australia Single Unit Franchisee of the Year for QLD/NT. Parul has been a First Class Accounts franchisee since 2001. During the past 13 years Parul [..]

FCFG cleans up at the Seek Commercial QLD/NT Excellence in Franchising Awards for 2015

First Class Financial Group is pleased to announce that two members of our network were winners at the recent Excellence in Franchising Awards QLD/NT. In a ceremony at the Hilton in Brisbane on Friday 17th July 2015, Parul Mehta of First Class Accounts Sunnybank Hills was announced as the QLD/NT Single Unit Franchisee of the [..]

Hayley Lewis on Growing a Business

When Hayley started her first small business, she automatically assumed bigger was better and opened swimming schools in multiple locations. She quickly realised that she had bitten off more than she could chew and couldn't manage her time properly. Many Australian SME owners expand their businesses before they are equipped to manage the increased workload. [..]

Common Mistake #7 – Cashflow, the lifeblood of business.

If cashflow is not monitored, planned, and predicted, the business could be bleeding. Cashflow Do you have up-to-date visibility of cashflow? The sales top-line or even the profit bottom-line don’t equate to cashflow. Timing differences can make a critical difference. Do you get daily reports? Do you do rolling cash-flow projections for the next three [..]

Why networking is great for your business . . .

Many business owners know they ‘should’ be out networking, attending networking and business functions but simply don’t make the time. Why is this? Many business owners either don’t understand how to network effectively, they are nervous about attending a networking event or they don’t believe they are going to get results. Networking can be an [..]