Breaking News: RBS is the Australian Firm of the Future Finalist!

Vote RBS for Intuit Firm of the FutureThe staff at Regional Business Services are thrilled and delighted to have been named as the Australian Finalist in the Intuit Firm of the Future 2018 competition for bookkeepers and accountants.

We are now competing against the finalist from India, Canada, UK and USA to be the Intuit 2018 Global Firm of the Future.

The second phase of the competition is voting on our video and we would appreciate your help by registering your e-mail address and voting for us every day for 2 weeks starting 16th October.

To vote please go to https://intuit.promo.eprize.com/firmofthefuture2018/


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Every day RBS help business owners reduce the amount of time and effort they need to spend working on bookkeeping, so they can spend more time doing what they do best.

Our staff are trained and qualified in Quickbooks, Xero, MYOB and Reckon to manage your financial records and create easy to use processes for your everyday business needs.

We are geographically based in Townsville, North Queensland but our ability to service clients is Australia-wide as we embrace the use of the latest technology.

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RBS is the Australian Firm of the Future Finalist

Trent Yesberg –

The staff at Regional Business Services are thrilled and delighted to have been named as the Australian Finalist in the Intuit Firm of the Future 2018 competition for bookkeepers and accountants.

We are now competing against the finalist from India, Canada, UK and USA to be the Intuit 2018 Global Firm of the Future.

The second phase of the competition is voting on our video and we would appreciate your help by registering your e-mail address and voting for us every day for 2 weeks starting 16th October.

To vote please go to https://intuit.promo.eprize.com/firmofthefuture2018/

For every vote and social share during the second stage of voting in October, a donation will be made on your behalf to Kiva.org (totalling up to $25,000 USD)

For full details of the recent announcement: https://www.firmofthefuture.com/content/intuit-announces-five-finalists-in-2018-global-firm-of-the-future-contest/

To join the conversation, share on Facebook and Twitter using #QBFirmOfTheFuture

DUO Magazine Cover: October 2018

Motoring Ahead

Trent Yesberg –

Taking wheel (real) action

So far, 2018 has been a big year for our business. Yet it probably shouldn't have been. That's why business is confusing and exciting at the same time. We implemented a number of changes to our business over the last year. Changes that have been in planning or discussion for a while which we 'finally' rolled out. I mean 'finally' in the naive sense of 'Are we there yet?'. Looking back now in reality we were 'almost', 'kind of', 'in some way', 'probably' 'only just ready' (Hindsight is a beautiful thing).

What 'wheely' (really) got us moving this year were two major things;

DUO Magazine Cover: September 2018

Your 'Side Hustle'

Trent Yesberg –

The 'new and improved' second job

I started my 'first business' with a mate back when we were 15 years old. We came up with the innovative business named Scott & Trent's Lawn Mowing Services. Straight to the computer we did up our pricing and flyers and as soon as they were printed, off we went on our pushies and delivered them to the neighbourhood letterboxes.

Almost straight away we received a phone call. Someone wanted us to mow their lawn! 'How easy is business?!' we thought. So we organised a time for the next weekend and began dreaming about how we were going to each spend our $15 for mowing, $15 for edges. The beauty of being young and naive is you have no shame or recognition of silly assumptions. We used our respective parents mowers and whipper snippers and advised them that we needed them to get us more fuel. Never once contemplating the concept of the costs nor the wear and tear of this to our parents. We even had some clients who let us use their equipment (and fuel!).