The Weekly Round-up- 12th July 2019 to 18th July 2019Jul 19, 2019
In this week's weekly round-up we cover tax return matters, Facebook group fan subscription, new planner launch from one of my clients and more topics.
Check out below;
New on the blog
Do you run ads on your blog?
If so you might want to make sure that your ads are compliant.
Google is blocking sites not following coalition of 'Better Ads Standards'.
Read more on this WERSM blog post; Google Chrome’s Ad Blocking Goes Global
Your next tax returns time and what you need to do
Tax time again!? I know it sounds stressful, but it doesn’t have to be.
All you need is to keep the important dates and know what you need to get your taxes returns ready.
Learn more on the important dates and what you need to do; Your Next Tax Returns Time And What You Need To Do
My client's new planners are out!
New changes in Facebook groups
We knew it was only a matter of time until Facebook started taking a cut from their group subscription model.
Do you think this will have a knock-on effect for businesses that are using groups for paid products?
Could there be stricter compliance with Facebooks T&C's? Facebook's 30% Cut From Fans subscription
Tax time does NOT need to be stressful
Tax done and dusted for another year. (was ready for the accountant by 4th of July) - thanks AJD Accountants.
Tax time does NOT need to be stressful.
Having good systems in place, regular filing and keeping your bookkeeping up to date can be a life saver come tax time.
Do you find tax season stressful?
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Instagram is removing like counts from posts
As of today, Instagram is testing removing like count from posts. You will be able to see your own but won't be able see the number of likes another account got on each post.
Do you like the idea of this change?
Find out more on this post on the 7News blog.