20 December 2019
We are excited to announce the imminent release of our latest generation management reporting application - Boyce MI (BMI). Our goal is to make the monthly reporting process as quick and easy as possible; putting easy to understand information into your hands so you can make better business decisions. BMI has been built from the ground up as a web application that connects with accounting data in the cloud.
Benefits of BMI
- Connect to Xero, MYOB AccountRight Live (cloud only), or Excel upload of data
- Accessible from anywhere with a modern web browser
- Excel budget import
- Simplified mapping structure
- Fast multi-level reporting (whole of business, enterprise and summary) on screen, PDF and Excel
In this initial release, we have focussed on delivering the reporting process and have a lot of exciting additional features planned. You will be able to purchase BMI directly or have it included in a monthly reporting package.
If you would like to hear more about BMI, please speak to your accountant.
If you would like to follow on as we progress, you can sign up to our BMI specific mailing list here. This mailing list will only be used for BMI information.
12 December 2019
Name: Liz Timmins
Role: Super Strategist and Financial Advisor
Liz has been with Boyce for just over 25 years and she contributes to the heart and soul of the Cooma office. Liz now works with Boyce Financial Services and remains involved in Superannuation and has guided Boyce staff and clients through the ever-changing industry. Liz has excellent client relationships built on her knowledge and her caring approach.
4 December 2019
Name: Hannah Boland
Role: Manager, based in Boyce Moree.
1. What sparked your interest in a career with Boyce?
I love living in rural communities, so the fact that Boyce had multiple regional office locations in NSW was a big drawcard for me. I grew up in Yeoval, NSW, a small town in the Central West, so finding a job in Financial Services in a place like Moree was my goal.
2. Describe your path to securing your current role?
In 2006 I was in my last year at the University of New England in Armidale studying a Bachelor of Financial Administration and I applied for a Graduate Accountant position at the Boyce Moree office. I secured the role and a few years later was promoted to the role of Accountant. I am now a Manager, so working for Boyce has been great for my career progression.
3. What do you love about your job?
I love working with my clients; assisting them to best understand their financial position and make informed decisions is really rewarding. The drought has been challenging for lots of people in this community including our clients. It is in times like these that one of our Boyce core values of care for clients truly shines through; our clients need our support now more than ever.
4. What do you love about living and working in Moree?
It’s exciting to be working in a highly productive agricultural community where technology is always changing and our clients are always challenging the norm.
5. What do you enjoy doing in your spare time outside of work hours?
Outside work hours I am raising two young children with my husband. I’m also currently the President of the Moree Picnic Race Club, so there is always plenty of planning and collaboration with the Committee as the annual race weekend approaches each May.
To find out more about career opportunities with Boyce, click here.
28 November 2019
To protect your retirement savings from fraud and misconduct, the ATO will now send you an email and/or a text message when changes are made to your self-managed super fund (SMSF) records. They will start sending these from 30 November 2019.
From time to time our superannuation division update these records on your behalf. We may update these records if:
- You change your address
- Your SMSF’s banking details change
- There is a change in membership of your SMSF
- You change the trustee of your SMSF
We also review these details each year as part of the annual compliance work to ensure the records are up to date and complete.
If you do receive an email or text message from the ATO regarding changes made to your SMSF’s records that you have not made please contact us. We can confirm if the changes were made by us and if required contact the ATO to report suspicious changes.
Remember: legitimate emails and text messages from the ATO never ask you to reply by text or email or to provide personal information. View the ATO’s current SMS and email activities if you're unsure about the authenticity of any ATO correspondence.
12 November 2019
The Tony Quirk Award Finalists have been announced and we are excited to shine a spotlight on the Boyce team members from our five regional offices who are in the running to win the highly coveted, annual TQ Award.