Why you need to do something you love every single day

22 February

Engaging in activities that you love is not only enjoyable but also offers a multitude of benefits that can enrich your life in various ways. So, if you’re on the fence about indulging one or some of your life’s passions, here are some...[Read More]

Right to disconnect laws pass federal parliament

15 February

Employees will now have the right to disconnect from work out of hours, after industrial relations changes passed parliament. Under the workplace reforms, employees will have the right to ignore unreasonable calls and emails outside of their...[Read More]

Australia not seeking to ‘hold back’ changing world

20 December

Australia is not trying to hold back a changing world, or isolate itself from it, Anthony Albanese says as the nation works to strengthen its relationships in the Pacific. In a speech to the Lowy Institute on Tuesday night, the prime minister said...[Read More]

Tried-and-Tested Tax Planning Strategies for Small Businesses

7 December

Every dollar counts in business, especially for small enterprises. Therefore, you need to find ways to minimise your tax liability in addition to optimising income or profit.   With a small business tax planning strategy, you can increase profits...[Read More]

Businesses slam workplace changes as bill clears House

30 November

Business and industry groups are urging the Albanese government to go back to the drawing board on industrial relations laws after they cleared their first hurdle. The laws, aimed at closing labour hire loopholes, went through the House of...[Read More]

Australians owed millions in unclaimed Medicare rebates

30 November

Nearly one million Australians could receive a festive season boost to their bank balance, as the government tries to return $234 million in unclaimed Medicare benefits. On average, these Australians are missing out on about $240 but could reclaim...[Read More]

Quality is what people remember

16 November

Like other well-known fashion houses that have stood the test of time, Gucci is an iconic brand that has always been focused on quality. From the leather bags they made for saddles in the 1920s to the clothes and accessories the brand is known for...[Read More]

Is owning a business the same as having a job?

19 October

Given a chance, most people would love to own a business and be their own boss. If you have a great product or service concept, the thought of building your own company from scratch can be very attractive. After all, who doesn’t want to be the...[Read More]

Five ‘Must Dos’ for Employees Who Want to Become Business Owners

12 October

Are you ready to make the jump from employee to business owner? While starting your own business can seem daunting, there are lots of things you can do to improve your chances of success. Having an experienced mentor with an accounting background...[Read More]

Stress, Time, and Money: The Impact of Commercial Legal Disputes

5 October

In the complex world of business, commercial disputes are a common occurrence that can be both challenging and draining. Whether it involves a disagreement between two businesses or an issue with a supplier or client, commercial disputes are never...[Read More]

Heat on climate, gender at companies’ annual meetings

27 September

Aiming for a sustainable, fair economy also grows companies’ long-term value and responsible shareholders will vote accordingly at upcoming meetings, investors are warning boardrooms. Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have taken on...[Read More]

The importance of personalised advice in navigating ambiguous information

31 August

In an era saturated with information, the need for personalised advice tailored to an individual’s unique financial situation is paramount. Whether it’s in the business world, investment markets, or personal finance, we are bombarded with advice...[Read More]

Building the right business structure for success

10 August

Establishing a successful business relies heavily on laying a solid foundation through a well-structured framework. Making hasty decisions or improvising along the way in the business world can be inefficient, fraught with risk, and potentially lead...[Read More]

Calls for clarity after workplace law change confusion

2 August

Businesses are asking to be kept in mind as the federal government mulls a shake-up of employment laws. The “same job, same pay” legislation will plug a gap that allows businesses to negotiate an agreement with workers, then pay labour hire a...[Read More]

Leveraging Your Accountant or Adviser as a Mentor for Your New Business

20 July

Starting a business is an exciting yet challenging endeavor. As an entrepreneur, you need to navigate various systems and processes while minimising errors and maximising success. To gain a competitive edge and make informed decisions, establishing...[Read More]