With life expectancies continuing to rise, can your retirement savings last the distance? Australia has an ageing population. With the Baby Boomer generation reaching retirement age, research shows that nearly onein six people living in Australia today is over 65 years old. As recently as… Read More >>
Archives for January 2019
Goals change throughout the journey of any business What could have been a pressing issue for your business last year may no longer be relevant now. Goals can also differ amongst a partner group and it’s no easy job to rationalise disparate personal goals into a… Read More >>
From 29 Jan the ATO will write to small employers with <19 employees that already use payroll software. You will be told about Single Touch Payroll (STP), and reminded that you don’t need to wait for legislation to pass to start reporting through STP. If… Read More >>
The business development program is a comprehensive series of workshops designed to improve the competitiveness of small and medium sized businesses.
Most people aim at nothing and hit it with amazing accuracy! Most business people are not good at setting goals. They typically take an incremental, rather than an innovative, approach to planning. If you did $2 million in revenue last year, you’re most likely going to… Read More >>
Single touch payroll will change the way businesses report salary/wages, PAYG and superannuation information to the tax office. So what is single touch payroll and how big is the change? We explain the main points.
How an ETF can help your SMSF portfolio SMSFs and exchange traded funds (ETFs) can potentially be a great match. They make it easy to invest across a broad range of shares and different asset classes, strengthening your investmentmix and reducing risk. Adding an ETF… Read More >>
Property update In Australia, property markets were keenly watched during the September quarter as national house prices fell 2.7% over the last 12 months. This decline was led by previous market leaders, Sydney and Melbourne, which dropped 6.1% and 3.4% respectively over the period. What… Read More >>