talenox quickbooks integration
How-ToTalenox AppsTools

[Part 1] Quickly set up your Talenox-QuickBooks Online integration You will need: One computer or laptop A Talenox admin account An Intuit QuickBooks Online account A few minutes of your time Once set up, this Talenox-QuickBooks Online integration will unify your company’s payroll and accounting process. This means no more manual export of payroll records to add to your books,

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talenox blog corporate insurance
Human ResourcesInsurance

This is a guest post by Braet Elliot of Hive Up, a digital platform that aims to make managing insurance easier by equipping business owners and individuals with the tools,  knowledge and resources to make informed financial decisions. Visit them at www.hive-up.com by Braet Elliot If you’re a business owner or a HR manager, it’s likely that corporate insurance has, at

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talenox hr tech clinic
How-ToSingaporeTalenox Apps

This year, Team Talenox started running a free monthly workshop series to educate users on how to use the Talenox platform, as well as to provide HR-related advice to business owners and professionals. Since it started in May, the Talenox HR Tech Clinic has seen a growing attendance, and so we’d like to give a proper public introduction to this little project of

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talenox payroll free
SingaporeSMETalenox Apps

When Talenox was first conceptualised, we had in mind a fully automated, completely intuitive software that would make running a company easier and more affordable. First, we turned everyday administrative HR processes such as employee onboarding, payroll, and leave management into simple, easy-to-use forms with preset values, and then worked with banks and accounting software companies so that payroll and

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Hong KongSingaporeSME

Talenox is proud to announce the launch of a new and exciting Partners Program. We welcome you to join as a Payroll Expert or a (Marketing) Affiliate to create a progressive HR ecosystem for small and medium businesses. The new Talenox Partners Program aims to bring together various products and services mainly in the Human Resources and HR Tech industry.

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DBS OCBC UOB bank
EntrepreneurshipFinance and AccountingSingapore

Apart from its strict laws and multicultural society, Singapore is well known for its established and diverse financial sector. Ranked one of the most competitive financial centres in the world, the island republic is set to become even more attractive to businesses as it eagerly welcomes the digital age. While the Singapore government pushes the boundaries with its Smart Nation

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hong kong skyline
Finance and AccountingHong Kong

This is a guest post by Adrian Lai, CPA/CIMA qualified business advisor and Founder and MD of Cornerstone Management Group, a digitally native accounting firm that book-keeps, innovates and integrates cloud systems. Adrian loves technology that improves business efficiency and has value-adding impact across small/medium business, both for and non-profit.  Without doubt one of the most Sahara-like topics that one

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Talenox Hong Kong partner
Hong KongStartups

Talenox’s Gordon Ng recently made his third trip to Hong Kong as part of the company’s expansion into a new market. Here’s his candid take on what’s required to set up shop in a new country when you have limited resources and manpower. A view from Victoria Park The first things that come to mind when considering expansion into an

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kpmg budget summart
Hong KongMPF

It’s been about three weeks since the Hong Kong Budget 2017-2018 was announced by newly appointed Financial Secretary Paul Chan Mo-Po. We’ve been following the Budget closely since it was announced on 22 Feb, and have over the weeks read pundit commentaries on its forecasts and initiatives. Consider this a digest of the material we’ve found helpful in understanding the

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singapore budget 2017 for local businesses
SingaporeSMEStartups

On 20th February, 3.30pm, Finance Minister Heng Swee Keat announced the Government’s new initiatives and programmes during his Singapore Budget 2017 speech. Every year, the Singapore Government compiles information on government revenue and expenditure for both the current and upcoming financial year (it begins on 1 April every calendar year and ends on 31 March). The Ministry of Finance (MOF)

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