Accounting Software Setup

About Service

There is a reason that online accounting packages are the most popular accounting platforms in Australia. They are packed with powerful features to help a business owner to manage and grow their business.  TaxDigital believes in providing an accounting package that suits your needs, we will discuss the software package that is right for you. We work with Xero, QuickBooks, MYOB and even industry-specific software. 

Transitioning your accounting software from an existing package can be a little tricky. TaxDigital will manage the process for you and ensure that you don’t lose any critical data. 

Why choose?

  • Fixed price packages

  • Gaurenteed file accurancy - no missing data

  • Post implementation training included as standard

  • We live and breath digital accounting

  • 10+ years of experience

Simple no-tricks pricing

if you are not satisfied, we will give you a full refund for the first month!

New Business

Complete setup of an Online Accounting package (Xero, QuickBooks, etc.) for a new business, including bank feeds, full payroll, customised invoices and more!


  • Customised dashboard & create secure user logins
  • Set-up your branded invoice template
  • Setup employee payroll & employee portals
  • Setup of the chart of accounts and bank feeds
  • Setup tracking categories
  • 1 hr post-implementation of online training

Bundle with a training package and save $40

Convert to Xero

Make the switch from your desktop software to Xero. Complete setup of Xero, full payroll, opening balances, receivables/payables, bank feeds, user access and more!


  • Import opening balances and up to 2 years of comparative data
  • Import supplier/customer list
  • Setup branded invoice template
  • Customise dashboard & create secure user logins
  • Configuration of the chart of accounts and bank feeds
  • Setup employee payroll & employee portal
  • 1 Hr post-implementation support

Bundle with a training package and save $50

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