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 country. What the Reform hold for you The Labor Government has promised that Australia… Read more »
One click or press of a button and your product, service, land or investment or business opportunity can appear in the hands of as many people as you can find contact details for. It is a tempting thought, but you should be aware of the laws which govern what you can and can’t do when… Read more »
In recent years, the ATO has become more sophisticated in sharing information with overseas jurisdictions. Operating until 19 December 2014, the ATO is encouraging people to voluntarily disclose any income and assets hidden offshore in return for significantly lighter penalties under Project DO IT: Disclose Offshore Income Today. Our team of experienced tax agents and tax accountants explain further in detail.
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 company’s cash flow. Our experienced team of accountants explain further in detail.
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. Our experienced team of lawyers explain further in detail.
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 ‘the cloud’ where it is stored and maintained on behalf of your business. Our team of experienced accountants explain further in detail.
Being a small business owner as we all know is no easy task. From money woes to lack of planning, just about every business owner has faced or is currently experiencing a number of challenges. So what are the toughest things about running a business? Here are six common problems that tend to arise all too often. Our team of experienced accountants explain further in detail.
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 to utilise that. Below are 4 main types of referrals that every business should be considering when building their referral programs. The team of professional marketers at Clarity Marketing explain further in detail.
Transferring content from your desktop website to your mobile website isn’t as simple as copy and paste. If you did that you would end up with a mobile website with far too many pages and too much information that people aren’t willing to read. Your mobile audience behaves differently than people accessing your desktop site. Generally they are on the go, and don’t have the time to scroll through large amounts of text on a small screen. Every mobile website needs to be specific and streamlined. The marketing professionals at Clarity Marketing explain further in detail.
One of the most important aspects of a small business is managing debt. You need to make sure you have a healthy cash flow and up to date debt collection plan. Read on to find out how a debt collection plan can help your business avoid debt. Our experienced team of Lawyers and Accountants explain further in detail.