Creating A Brand Identity For Your New Business
Entrepreneurship

Creating A Brand Identity For Your New Business

By On June 11, 2021

When establishing your business, it’s essential to consider how your are establishing your brand in representing it. How do you wish for your customers to identify you? Is it by your logo,… Read More

Guidelines Codes of Conduct Social Media Platforms
Technology

Guidelines, Codes of Conduct & Social Media Platforms

By On June 10, 2021

The social media platform has become an innovative approach to communication beyond someone’s social groups. Individuals and businesses alike can use social media to connect with their target audience, but it can… Read More

Ensure Your Businesss Emails Are Compliant With New Email Unsubscribe Legislation
Legal

Ensure Your Business’s Emails Are Compliant With New Email Unsubscribe Legislation

By On June 9, 2021

A customer may want to unsubscribe from your newsletters in their inbox for reasons as simple as quantity (too many emails coming in) or relevance (they do not need the product as… Read More

With The End Of Financial Year Approaching Now Is The Perfect Time To Plan Your Businesss Future
Business

With The End Of Financial Year Approaching, Now Is The Perfect Time To Plan Your Business’s Future

By On June 9, 2021

With the end of the 2020 financial year rapidly approaching this month, many businesses will be reflecting on how they managed to navigate and meet the challenges of a turbulent time (namely,… Read More

Invested In Cryptocurrencies So Is The ATO – But Not For The Reason You Think
Tax

Invested In Cryptocurrencies? So Is The ATO – But Not For The Reason You Think

By On June 8, 2021

Cryptocurrency investments are on the ATO’s radar this tax return season, with 100,000 taxpayers to be alerted by the ATO of their tax obligations from their cryptocurrency investments this financial year. It’s… Read More

Individuals

Hey Now, You’re A Rockstar (At Work) – Here’s How To Keep Up The Performance

By On June 7, 2021

High-performing individuals in workplaces are often likened to rock stars. They’re admired for their performance, considered to be someone to look up to and seek out guidance from, and often provide new… Read More

Getting a Double Deduction for your Super Contributions
Super

Getting a Double Deduction for your Super Contributions?

By On June 7, 2021

Each year you are entitled to a tax deduction for a certain amount of superannuation contributions. The tax deduction is available to your employer if they contribute on your behalf but it… Read More

Career Progression And You When Is It Time For Change
Individuals

Career Progression And You: When Is It Time For Change?

By On June 4, 2021

Have you been feeling a sense of stagnation while performing your job? Are you struggling to stay motivated or lack a sense of professional purpose? You might need a professional seachange to… Read More

What Is An NFT
Technology

What Is An NFT?

By On June 3, 2021

NFTs have been cropping up more and more in society as unique digital items that collectors buy for millions of dollars. But what are NFTs, and what do they mean for people… Read More

Electronic Deeds – Are They Valid
Legal

Electronic Deeds – Are They Valid?

By On June 2, 2021

Legally speaking, the purpose of a deed is to transfer a title (a legal document proving ownership of a property or asset) to another person. If you are meeting with an accountant… Read More

Downsizer Contributions – What Are They
Super

Downsizer Contributions – What Are They?

By On June 2, 2021

If you are aged 65 years or older, you are currently able to make downsizer contributions of up to $300,000 into your superannuation fund from the sale of your main residence (as… Read More

Making Your Side Hustle Stand Out
Entrepreneurship

Making Your Side-Hustle Stand Out

By On June 1, 2021

Freelancing can be a lucrative side-hustle, especially if your skillset is in demand and well-paid. 3D and 2D modellers, for example, can charge up to $650 per job. However, suppose your skillset… Read More

Taking Advantage of Free Marketing With Blogging
Business

Taking Advantage of Free Marketing With Blogging

By On June 1, 2021

To gain a foothold in the online community, it is becoming more and more important that small businesses take advantage of and develop a web presence that they can use to engage… Read More

Don’t CopyPaste Your Tax Return From Last Year
Tax

Don’t Copy/Paste Your Tax Return From Last Year

By On May 31, 2021

Due to the impacts of COVID-19, how Australians claim work-related expenses on their tax returns every other year is sure to be different this year. The ATO is warning Australians that they… Read More

Why You Need To Consider Your Options When It Comes To Financial Advisers
Money

Why You Need To Consider Your Options When It Comes To Financial Advisers

By On May 28, 2021

A financial adviser can assist you with making financial decisions and planning for your future. Advice from a financial adviser may include advising on budgeting, investing, super, retirement planning, estate planning, insurance… Read More

The Ugg ly Debate About Trademark Infringements
Legal

The Ugg-ly Debate About Trademark Infringements

By On May 27, 2021

Installing a trademark within the business world is a common practice employed by businesses in establishing and distinguishing between competitors with the same products or services. A trademark can become synonymous with… Read More

Removing Superannuation’s Minimum Income Threshold Limit
Super

Removing Superannuation’s Minimum Income Threshold Limit

By On May 26, 2021

From 1 July 2022 employees will no longer need to meet the monthly minimum income threshold of $450 to receive superannuation guarantee payments from their employers due to the Federal Budget’s recently… Read More

Iron Ore Exports At Record High Amidst Rising Tensions With China
Economy

Iron Ore Exports At Record High Amidst Rising Tensions With China

By On May 26, 2021

Domestic iron ore is one of Australia’s largest commodities for export, but rising tensions with China and higher prices may bring it under fire. China has declared they will step up their… Read More

Do You Feel Like An Impostor
Individuals

Do You Feel Like An Impostor?

By On May 26, 2021

Do you feel like a fraud at your workplace, believe that everyone else is more capable than you or find it difficult to accept your accomplishments? Suppose you find yourself attributing your… Read More

Stamp Duty Tax – The Invisible Cost To Purchases
Tax

Stamp Duty Tax – The Invisible Cost To Purchases

By On May 25, 2021

When you’re buying a property, there’s a high likelihood that you’re going to need to pay a tax known as stamp duty on top of the price originally agreed on for that… Read More

Preparing For Your Employee’s Performance Review
Business

Preparing For Your Employee’s Performance Review

By On May 23, 2021

The performance review process is an integral part of a business that ensures that all staff (old and new) know their roles and responsibilities and perform them satisfactorily. It allows employers to… Read More

The Federal Budget 2021 22 Sets Australia On The Road To Recovery
Economy

The Federal Budget 2021-22 Sets Australia On The Road To Recovery

By On May 21, 2021

The Federal Budget was released last Tuesday, 11 May 2021, with Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announcing that the resilience of Australia had lead towards a road of fiscal recovery after its bounce back… Read More

AI assisted Writing – Can You Make It Work For Your Business
Technology

AI-assisted Writing – Can You Make It Work For Your Business?

By On May 21, 2021

Content automation tools use advanced natural language processing to create clean, natural-feeling writing and have become more common across some industries. They can write articles, create blog content and generate keywords if… Read More

What Does The Non Concessional Cap Increase Mean For You
Super

What Does The Non-Concessional Cap Increase Mean For You?

By On May 20, 2021

The Federal Budget dropped on Tuesday, 11 May, with many announced amendments and changes that affected the superannuation and SMSF sectors. Non-concessional contributions increased maximum limits were announced and would come into… Read More

Use These Five Principles To Create Good Email Copy
Web

Use These Five Principles To Create Good Email Copy

By On May 20, 2021

Regardless of whether your email campaigns are being delivered to your customer’s inbox, it will be for minimal effect if the copy within does not engage with your customer. With marketing through… Read More

Identifying And Planning For Risks For Your Business
Entrepreneurship

Identifying And Planning For Risks For Your Business

By On May 20, 2021

If you’re looking to strike out on your own and start a business, there are multiple risks that you need to be aware of so that you can mitigate them as best… Read More

Buy Now Pay Later – Is This Service Right For You
Money

Buy Now Pay Later – Is This Service Right For You?

By On May 20, 2021

If you’re someone who often finds it difficult to make large lump sum payments for goods or services, you may want to consider looking into “Buy Now Pay Later” services. Buy now… Read More

Using Feedback As A Tool For Your Business’s Growth
Business

Using Feedback As A Tool For Your Business’s Growth

By On May 19, 2021

Feedback is an essential element within the business sphere. It can be used to improve your business as a whole or help identify where you may make further improvements. It can be… Read More

Maximise Your Performance With The Flow State.
People

Maximise Your Performance With The Flow State.

By On May 17, 2021

Flow is known as a state in which people are so involved in an activity that nothing else seems to matter and that the experience of being involved is so enjoyable that… Read More

The Federal Budget 2021 22 Low Middle Income Tax Asset Rebate Extension Announced
Tax

The Federal Budget 2021-22: Low & Middle Income Tax Asset Rebate Extension Announced

By On May 17, 2021

The Low and Middle Income Tax Offset has been extended for another 12 months, meaning that taxpayers whose wage earnings situate them within a certain income bracket will again be able to… Read More

Strata Schemes – What You Need To Know Before You Buy Into One
Property

Strata Schemes – What You Need To Know Before You Buy Into One

By On May 14, 2021

If you’re in the process of hunting for a property, and have been looking into apartments or unit blocks, you may have heard the term strata scheme. But what exactly is a… Read More

Using Email Campaigns To Generate Sales
Web

Using Email Campaigns To Generate Sales

By On May 14, 2021

With countless emails flooding your customer’s inboxes daily, it can seem like an insurmountable task just to get them to open yours. Unless your email marketing is being handled smartly and creatively,… Read More

Regaining Your Balance When Overwhelmed
Individuals

Regaining Your Balance When Overwhelmed

By On May 13, 2021

Sometimes, work and life stack themselves against you and make being productive seem like a difficult task. Feeling overwhelmed while at work can have a negative effect on productivity, task completion and… Read More

Gender Inequality in Superannuation
Super

Gender Inequality in Superannuation

By On May 13, 2021

Gender gaps can affect superannuation accounts as much as they can affect salary rates. With barriers to entering into fields, lower hourly rates of pay, less hours worked and more unpaid labour… Read More

Using Market Research To Boost Your Business
Business

Using Market Research To Boost Your Business

By On May 12, 2021

Market research is an effective tool that can be used to boost your business in terms of sales, customer engagement and how your competitors may be performing. It allows you to make… Read More

Looking To Ace Your Next Job Interview
People

Looking To Ace Your Next Job Interview?

By On May 11, 2021

If you’re in the process of looking for work, you may not be a stranger to the face-to-face (or zoom) job interview. However, regardless of how well you may present on your… Read More

2021 Federal Budget Could Reflect What Australia Has Learned From The Past Year
Economy

2021 Federal Budget Could Reflect What Australia Has Learned From The Past Year

By On May 10, 2021

This week’s Budget will be delivered in a unique context, in the wake of the 2020 pandemic and by a federal government that has been forced by this circumstance to upend its… Read More

The Shortcut Method Claiming Your Work From Home Deduction
Tax

The Shortcut Method: Claiming Your Work From Home Deduction

By On May 10, 2021

There’s a new normal towards how Australians are approaching their work, with remote working now a more viable option for businesses and their employees, and it’s affecting the way that Australians now… Read More

Tips For Freelancing Your Way
Entrepreneurship

Tips For Freelancing Your Way

By On May 7, 2021

Freelancing can be a means through which additional income can be generated, at less expense. Freelancers are able to use their pre-existing skills as a marketable commodity that consumers have a need… Read More

Do You Need To Digitally Detox Your Life
Individuals

Do You Need To Digitally Detox Your Life?

By On May 6, 2021

With an ever increasing digital presence across our personal and professional lives, it can be very difficult to disengage and refrain from using technology. Detoxing from digital devices is often seen as… Read More

Storage Solutions For Your Data On Or Off Site
Technology

Storage Solutions For Your Data: On Or Off Site?

By On May 6, 2021

When dealing with sensitive data, it makes sense to ensure that it is being kept in a safe and secure place. Choosing where to store that critical data is an important decision… Read More

Super For Contractors
Super

Super For Contractors

By On May 5, 2021

Contractors who run their own business and sell their services to others have different obligations to their super than what employees in a business may usually have. A contractor (also known as… Read More

Company Takeovers – Mergers Acquisitions
Legal

Company Takeovers – Mergers & Acquisitions

By On May 5, 2021

Did you know that Australia prides itself on maintaining a competitive business market? It does this through the use of specific legislation that limits the effect that some mergers or acquisitions of… Read More

Consequences Of Improperly Lodged Tax Returns
Tax

Consequences Of Improperly Lodged Tax Returns

By On May 4, 2021

With tax return season approaching quickly this year, you may have already started looking into lodging your income tax return. Ensuring that your details are correct and that any information about your… Read More

Achieving Your Strategic Goals While Keeping Business Costs Down
Business

Achieving Your Strategic Goals While Keeping Business Costs Down

By On May 3, 2021

If a business cuts costs, it’s usually to save on the money that is being spent. However, cutting costs too deeply may actually impact employee and customer satisfaction, and overall harm the… Read More

Ways To Improve Handling Stressful Situations
Individuals

Ways To Improve Handling Stressful Situations

By On April 30, 2021

In our busy working lives, it’s often easy for stress to become a constant presence in our lives. Be it from a project, a colleague or dealing with clients, stress can make… Read More

Two way Trans Tasman Travel Bubble Could Aid Tourism Sector
Economy

Two-way Trans-Tasman Travel Bubble Could Aid Tourism Sector

By On April 30, 2021

With international borders closing and travel restrictions tightening for Australians from early 2021 as a result of the global pandemic, the government decision have managed to suppress the virus in Australia to… Read More

Paying Off A Mortgage Debt Quicker
Money

Paying Off A Mortgage Debt Quicker

By On April 29, 2021

Paying off the mortgage may sound like a dreary trudge to the end of a marathon’s finish line. However, there are options available for those who currently have a debt from a… Read More

How Different Trust Types are Taxed
Tax

How Different Trust Types are Taxed

By On April 28, 2021

A tried and true method of investment, trusts are generally and commonly known as being for the wealthier elements of society. A trust however is a highly versatile tool that individuals and… Read More

Corporate Social Responsibility and Your Business’s Social Cause Branding
Business

Corporate Social Responsibility, and Your Business’s Social-Cause Branding

By On April 27, 2021

When branding your business, it’s important to consider all aspects of marketing. Businesses should utilise their marketing and branding strategies effectively to promote not only their business but also the values that… Read More

Superannuation Funds For Children – Why It’s A Good Idea
Super

Superannuation Funds For Children – Why It’s A Good Idea?

By On April 26, 2021

It’s likely that you’re already aware that people can put money into their super up until they reach 67 years, and probably already do so yourself. But did you know that you… Read More

Professional Indemnity Insurance – Are You Covered
Legal

Professional Indemnity Insurance – Are You Covered?

By On April 26, 2021

Ensuring that the clients of a business are satisfied with what they have been provided is a crucial item for any business. However, dissatisfaction can result just as easily, and the costs… Read More

Investor Channels You Need To Be Aware Of
Entrepreneurship

Investor Channels You Need To Be Aware Of

By On April 23, 2021

Starting a business, like many things in life, costs a lot of money. Unless there is a source of capital or funding to back a business, it can be difficult to get… Read More

COVID 19 Vaccinations Delay Could Impact Australia’s Economic Outlook
Economy

COVID-19 Vaccinations Delay Could Impact Australia’s Economic Outlook

By On April 23, 2021

In the latter half of 2020, many believed that a COVID-19 vaccine and subsequent vaccination program would be a critical step towards the recovery of Australia’s economy. Despite the delay in the… Read More

Why You Need An Online Portfolio On Your Website
Web

Why You Need An Online Portfolio On Your Website

By On April 22, 2021

Online portfolios are a simple way of creating a digital presentation of skills or examples of projects that can be displayed by a professional. They’re an easy way to demonstrate (particularly in… Read More

How Does A No Interest Loan Work
Money

How Does A No Interest Loan Work?

By On April 22, 2021

Sometimes there are a few unexpected expenses that can impact on our financial situations, and make things just a little more difficult to deal with. The refrigerator breaking down the same week… Read More

Why Does Your Social Media Need Different Content
Technology

Why Does Your Social Media Need Different Content?

By On April 21, 2021

It’s tempting to approach social media with a lazier approach of cross-channel posting of the same content, rather than creating content that is tailor-made for the platform. Posting the same content is… Read More

What Is A Retirement Planning Scheme
Super

What Is A Retirement Planning Scheme?

By On April 21, 2021

With a significant number of Australians approaching retirement and looking at the best ways to maximise their retirement assets and income from their super for it, retirement planning makes sense. Unfortunately, there… Read More

Do You Maximise Or Satisfice When Making Your Decisions
People

Do You Maximise Or Satisfice When Making Your Decisions?

By On April 20, 2021

Critical decisions are often made in the workplace. It’s highly likely that at one point or another, a decision has had to be made by you to result in an outcome that… Read More

Employing A Talent Acquisition Strategy For Your Business’s Employment Needs
Business

Employing A Talent Acquisition Strategy For Your Business’s Employment Needs

By On April 19, 2021

It’s a daunting task, seeking someone who can fill a specific position that your business needs filled. It’s important that irrespective of how the economy is performing, the state of the workforce… Read More

The Sharing Economy And Your Tax Return – How You Could Be Affected
Tax

The Sharing Economy And Your Tax Return – How You Could Be Affected

By On April 19, 2021

In Australia any income earned by a job may be considered to be taxable income. Those who receive their income via the sharing economy are no exception to the rule. In fact,… Read More

Outsourcing Models – How To Know What’s Right For You
Business

Outsourcing Models – How To Know What’s Right For You

By On April 16, 2021

When a business cannot deal with the workload in house, a candidate or party outside of the business is often hired to assist in performing those services. This is called outsourcing, and… Read More

Should You Sell A House With An Auction Or Through Private Sale
Property

Should You Sell A House With An Auction Or Through Private Sale?

By On April 15, 2021

The process of selling a house seems easy, but there are a number of factors that can come into play. One that starts right at the gate is whether to sell by… Read More

Tips For Staying Sharp And Maintaining Focus At Work
Individuals

Tips For Staying Sharp And Maintaining Focus At Work

By On April 15, 2021

If your workday feels filled with deadlines that you’re struggling to meet, a brain that won’t let you concentrate or a feeling of stagnation that’s preventing your ability to complete simple tasks,… Read More

3 Design Principles Every Small Business Website Should Adhere To
Web

3 Design Principles Every Small Business Website Should Adhere To

By On April 14, 2021

As a business owner, it’s important to understand how your customer base is interfacing with your business’s online presence, and if there are any glaring user-unfriendly issues that could impact their experience.… Read More

Super Co Contributions Boost On Behalf of A Spouse
Super

Super Co-Contributions Boost On Behalf of A Spouse

By On April 14, 2021

Marriage and de facto relationships come with a number of perks – but did you know that if your partner earns less than you or is not currently working, you could contribute… Read More

What Jobkeeper Did For The Economy
Economy

What Jobkeeper Did For The Economy

By On April 13, 2021

The end of Jobkeeper, the subsidy scheme that kept Australia’s economy above water in the tumultuous past year, has had many in the country keeping a cautious eye on the economic impact… Read More

Are You Suffering From Presenteeism At Work
People

Are You Suffering From Presenteeism At Work?

By On April 13, 2021

Sometimes, being absent from work is better for you and the business you work for than if you were present that day. When someone shows up to work but is unproductive as… Read More

Interest On Your Home Loan Could Be Tax Deductible
Tax

Interest On Your Home Loan Could Be Tax-Deductible

By On April 12, 2021

It’s a simple, step-by-step process used by many Australians to increase their income. Borrow money from a financial institution, invest in a second property and pay off the loan with the profit… Read More

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Coworker Chats
Individuals

The Do’s And Don’ts Of Coworker Chats

By On April 1, 2021

Having a chat with your coworker to break up the workday crunch is a great way to maintain social relationships at work. It also promotes better communication, relationship establishment and productivity boosts… Read More

What You Need To Start A Home Based Business
Entrepreneurship

What You Need To Start A Home-Based Business

By On April 1, 2021

Many businesses have adopted a work from home strategy to manage their workforce remotely during the past year. However, there is a difference between working remotely from home and making your home… Read More

Protecting Your Data From Breaches
Technology

Protecting Your Data From Breaches

By On April 1, 2021

With many businesses handling confidential data and client information, data security and breach prevention is an issue that the business must address at every level. At risk for businesses is the destruction,… Read More

How Do We Make The Office Work More Productively Post Covid
Business

How Do We Make The Office Work More Productively, Post-Covid?

By On April 1, 2021

There have been critical changes to the workplace over the past year. With many office-based employees forced to work remotely or from home during the pandemic, the adaptation of new technologies, systems… Read More

What You Can Negotiate For Your Employment Contract After 12 Months
Legal

What You Can Negotiate For Your Employment Contract After 12 Months

By On April 1, 2021

Before commencing employment at a business, organisation or under an individual, an employment contract must be agreed to by both employer and employee. This employment contract may have had additional revisions, agreements… Read More

Simple Super Information For The Self Employed
Super

Simple Super Information For The Self-Employed

By On April 1, 2021

If you’re self-employed, you aren’t required to pay yourself super guarantee payments. It is however a recommended way to save for your retirement, and making personal super contributions could be beneficial for… Read More

Maximising Tax Returns On The “Side Hustle”
Tax

Maximising Tax Returns On The “Side Hustle”

By On April 1, 2021

If you or someone that you know began a side business (or “side hustle”) during the last financial year, you would have to meet the tax obligations that come with that business,… Read More

NSW Government Boosts Flood Affected Areas With Disaster Relief Payments
Economy

NSW Government Boosts Flood-Affected Areas With Disaster Relief Payments

By On March 28, 2021

Australia has seen its fair share of natural disasters, and the impact that it has on the community can also be felt in all areas. Natural disasters are also economic disasters, with… Read More

Does Work Overtime Make You a Hero
Individuals

Does Work Overtime Make You a Hero?

By On March 28, 2021

Putting in the hours at the office from 9 till 5 might be what your contract states, but many may stay back in a bid to get ahead of their workload. Working… Read More

Sexual Harassment and The Workplace
Legal

Sexual Harassment and The Workplace

By On March 28, 2021

In 2021, businesses have seen greater visibility surrounding the issue of sexual harassment within the workplace, particularly within the media and the public sphere. The impact of sexual harassment within the workplace… Read More

SEO Strategy and YOUR business
Web

SEO Strategy and YOUR business

By On March 23, 2021

A tool that many businesses, organisations and individuals use when setting up their website is search engine optimisation (or SEO). This tool ensures that the website’s visibility on initial searches for something… Read More

Underperforming employees in your workplace
People

Underperforming employees in your workplace

By On March 22, 2021

Employees are the key ingredient to the success of any business or organisation – but what should employers do if they aren’t performing as well as they should? Underperformance can occur when… Read More

Easy ways to start your investing journey
Money

Easy ways to start your investing journey

By On March 21, 2021

There are a lot of options when it comes to investing, but often people are daunted by the prospect. A lack of accessible information, misconceptions about investment opportunities and fear of losing… Read More

Impact of Small Businesses on the Economy a Positive
Economy

Impact of Small Businesses on the Economy a Positive

By On March 18, 2021

Small businesses are critical to the ongoing recovery of Australia’s economy from the losses sustained by the pandemic’s impacts. Small businesses were significantly impacted by the pandemic’s effect on the community and… Read More

Avoiding Side Hustle Burnout
Entrepreneurship

Avoiding Side Hustle Burnout

By On March 18, 2021

A lot of the time, small businesses or the lucrative ‘side hustle’ are run in conjunction with multiple jobs, or raising a family. Starting a business can be a stressful, long process… Read More

Cyber security survey reveals impact and risks to cyber security
Technology

Cyber security survey reveals impact and risks to cyber security

By On March 18, 2021

A recently released cyber-security survey highlighted a failure among organisations to identify cybersecurity risks posed by rapid digitisation. This comes after the recent long-term digitisation of many workplaces as a result of… Read More

Your Business and Ethics
Business

Your Business and Ethics

By On March 18, 2021

Business ethics are the system of moral and ethical beliefs that guides the values, behaviours and decisions of a business organisation and the individuals involved within that business. These ethics are important… Read More

Why you should consolidate your “lost super”
Super

Why you should consolidate your “lost super”

By On March 18, 2021

After COVID 19’s impact on the world, an influx of employees who had lost their jobs fell into the job market. Many of these came from companies that couldn’t afford to continue… Read More

Small Business Benefits or Taxable Concerns
Tax

Small Business Benefits or Taxable Concerns?

By On March 18, 2021

As an employee in a business, often there are perks that can come with the job. A company car, fuel money, perhaps some technology to help make things easier. Small business owners… Read More

Growth but at what cost
Economy

Growth, but at what cost?

By On March 11, 2021

Australia has experienced economic growth in the later quarters of 2020, with a 3.3% increase. Performing better than its peers, the outcome is a result due to the swift government response to… Read More

How do you know if your productivity tools are actually working
Individuals

How do you know if your productivity tools are actually working?

By On March 11, 2021

Sometimes it’s not about how to plan, it’s how to use planning tools to be productive at work. With a wealth of digital apps, websites and management systems able to be put… Read More

Investment Properties
Property

Investment Properties

By On March 11, 2021

A lot of investors expect to make additional money when they purchase a property – after all, capital growth is one of the main reasons people invest in residential real estate. One… Read More

Using Website Design To Promote Your Business
Web

Using Website Design To Promote Your Business

By On March 11, 2021

Online websites are a great way to reach the digital audience and promote a business’ products and services in one place. With easy to understand website builders just a click away, a… Read More

Stress in the Workplace
People

Stress in the Workplace

By On March 11, 2021

It’s been a stressful time for everyone transitioning into the new normal of business. Whether working from home, remotely or trying to get used to a whole new working environment, employees are… Read More

Upskilling or Reskilling your Employees
Business

Upskilling or Reskilling your Employees

By On March 11, 2021

As a result of the emerging new business climate in a post-Covid environment, many jobs have had to adapt into a new structure. Since many businesses have found themselves in a more… Read More

Death Benefits Super
Super

Death Benefits & Super

By On March 11, 2021

Intrinsically linked with tax, superannuation is a minefield of concerns for many of us. One such concern is whether super gets taxed after a death. When a person’s super is paid after… Read More

Self Education Expenses
Tax

Self-Education Expenses

By On March 11, 2021

Individuals who partake in self-education may be able to claim a deduction for their expenses if the education is related to their work or if they receive a taxable bonded scholarship. Courses… Read More

Pre mixed investment options
Super

Pre-mixed investment options

By On March 3, 2021

Super funds make investments depending on the different levels of risk chosen. There are 5 types of pre-set investment options which you can choose for your superfund. Remember that if you want… Read More

What you can salary package
Tax

What you can salary package

By On March 3, 2021

Salary packaging allows you to create a ‘package’ of income and benefits. In your salary package, you can include benefits that you would usually pay for with your income after-tax. These include… Read More

What isn’t covered in a will
Legal

What isn’t covered in a will?

By On March 3, 2021

If you are thinking about writing a will, it can be helpful to know what not to include as much as it is to know what you do need to include. The… Read More

How to respond to difficult employees
Business

How to respond to difficult employees

By On March 3, 2021

Every now and then, you might come across an employee who is particularly difficult to handle. A difficult employee could be one who is incompetent, doesn’t follow instructions, behaves rudely in the… Read More

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