Business

Category: Business

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Flagship phones are essential for small business

Here are 3 reasons that make a fast capable flagship smartphone essential for running your small business. Camera – You don’t need expensive equipment ...
salary sacrificing

What is salary sacrificing and is it for me?

It sounds like some sort of sacrificial ritual for your paycheck, but don’t worry it’s neither complicated nor sinister. Salary sacrificing is simply asking ...
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Australia opens to the world in November – Get your business ready!

The Morrison Government plans to open Australian borders for vaccinated international travellers in November. Getting your business back to full capacity can be a ...
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Top 5 questions to ask your accountant at tax time

Here are the top 5 questions that you should be asking your accountant, tax or business advisor during tax time. Are you a registered ...
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3 tips for small businesses in lockdown

Whilst many large corporations in Australia have arguably benefited from a COVID economy, the bread and butter of our country, small business has been ...
COVID Vaccine

Can employers mandate vaccination in Australia?

Vaccinations are free and voluntary under Australia’s current policy. There is no government mandate for vaccines. However, the federal government strongly recommends that all ...
Commercial aircract

Boeing and Airbus lose their duopoly

For decades, Boeing and Airbus have enjoyed an uninterrupted duopoly in the large commercial aircraft segment. New competition from the East threatens to burst ...
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Disaster Recovery Payment vs Disaster Recovery Allowance

The Disaster Recovery Payment (AGDRP) is a one-time federal government payment for people affected by disaster ($1,000 per eligible adult and $400 per child). ...
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The dangers with share buy-backs

Many businesses find operating through a company structure is attractive as the profits are taxed at a flat rate of 26% (if turnover is ...
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Australians don’t support high taxes

Following successive election losses, Labour has done a complete 180-degree flip on tax. They now support tax cuts for individuals earning up to $200,000 ...