Covid-19, September 2020 – What are the changes to JobKeeper and other stimulus, and what you can do to help your business navigate a way through.
The Federal Government stimulus is changing at the end of this month. Find out what’s changing and what you can do to help your business adjust Continue reading →
Find out how we can help you maximise your tax return and gain expert guidance through our new processing channels. For further information and assistance in completing your tax return. Please contact us today. Orange02 6362 1533Email us27 Sale St(PO … Continue reading →
The Federal Government have extended Jobkeeper into 2021, but with tighter access and reduced rates. Continue reading →
Farm subsidies and drought assistance. What support is still available for eligible farming businesses.
A number of changes and some important deadlines, but there is still support available for eligible farming businesses… Continue reading →
The ATO’s new Shortcut Method has been designed to help people working from home claim quickly and easily during the COVID-19 outbreak. Continue reading →
A cash flow budget is a very important place to start your Covid-19 recovery. Continue reading →
‘HomeBuilder’, the government’s COVID-19 stimulus for the construction industry, opens today! Continue reading →
The government is providing critical financial support for eligible businesses and their employees through the JobKeeper stimulus package. Continue reading →
Anticipating future demand is a tough job, wrought with ways you might go wrong. Proper demand forecasting and inventory control can save a company from buying too much or too little of something, which of course avoids expensive overstock scenarios or stockouts. Continue reading →
Offers for grants worth over $3.5 million will support 7 businesses to help launch their innovative products, processes and services into domestic and international markets.
The funding has been provided from the Accelerating Commercialisation element of the Entrepreneurs’ Programme. Continue reading →
Clichés. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them. (See what just happened there—it’s that bad).
The most widespread, just-waiting-to-pop-out-at-you, cliché is a very short one, measuring just three words—time is money. Continue reading →
Tax time is fast approaching—it’s important to do your homework and know exactly what tax deductions you can claim. Continue reading →
Meet Alana Turner, the co-owner of Poopsie’s, a quirky gift shop in Galena, IL. When Alana and her co-owner took over the business in 2010, they had about 5 employees. Continue reading →
Almost every small business struggles through ups and downs on their journey to funding business growth. Continue reading →
Over 2,000 years ago, Aristotle said “ First, have a definite, clear and practical ideal; a goal, an objective. Second, have the necessary means to achieve your ends: wisdom, money, materials and methods. Third, adjust all your means to that end.” Continue reading →
Many firms will decide to take on debt at some point, at different stages of growth and for several reasons. Continue reading →
Scammers use clever tricks to reel you in and get you to reply to their email or not hang up the phone. Most scams seem like genuine offers but they are carefully designed to trick you into giving away your money or your personal details. Continue reading →
Cash flow can be hard to get to grips with for any business; whether you’re growing, just starting out, or established. In fact, 82% of businesses become insolvent because of bad cash flow. Continue reading →
No matter how inventive or simple your business model is, you can still have problems with cash flow. Here is a rundown of the best and worst businesses for cash flow. Continue reading →
There has been a lot of chatter in the media recently that another economic downturn might be around the corner. As The Wow Company found in their recent “How recession-proof is your business” survey, a surprisingly high number of UK-based businesses are not prepared for the next recession. Continue reading →