$10k limit on cash payments to business

One of the interesting approaches to tackling the black economy in the recent 2018-19 Federal Budget was the announcement of a $10,000 limit on cash payments to business. Unrecorded and untaxed transactions that occur in the community are estimated at up to 3% of GDP...

Australia’s Industrial Relations Reforms

The Federal Government has recently passed through Parliament the initial stage of the reform to the existing Industrial Relations legislation. This marks a turning point in the national Industrial Relations sector and opens the way towards a new system for this...

Budgeting Tips for Small Businesses

Time and time again, small business owners struggle because they don’t have an up-to-date budget for their business or simply do not have the time to prepare one. The importance of a budget cannot be stressed enough as it is a vital tool that will help you with your...

How the recent changes to the privacy laws affect you

Privacy Law Changes Whilst organisations and government departments are the ones who have to ensure that they are complying with privacy laws, recent changes to privacy laws, which came into effect on 12 March this year, directly affect you. The Privacy Act 1988 (Cth)...

Cloud Accounting Explained

Cloud Accounting is now evolving like never before, with companies adapting to this new technology. Also known as ‘online accounting’, cloud accounting is an accounting software that is hosted on remote servers off site from your location. Your information is sent to...

4 Types of Referral Programs Every Business Needs

We all know that referrals are great for every business. Not only do they increase your customer base, they can increase the level of satisfied customers and reduce your sales expenses. Satisfied customers can be your best salespeople and referrals are the perfect way...
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