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Taxation

5 Ways Child Care Providers Can Legally Lower Tax

Everyone wants to minimise their taxes, especially business owners everywhere in the world and child care providers aren't an exception. Considering that tax evasion is illegal, there are still some ways you can minimise tax bills in a legal manner. If you want to find out how to minimise your child care centre's taxes, just keep on reading to learn about these 5 easy tips. In the recent feder...

Business Management

Why Investing in Childcare Centre is the Next Big Thing

A lot of people underestimate the prospects of childcare centres as actual businesses that provide vital services. With the current governmental support and regulations, increase in maternal workforce participation and other factors, childcare centres are becoming more and more vital as businesses. Read more to find out where to start and when to invest in developing your centre. Vital service...

Information Technology

5 Stunning Tech Trends That Will Forever Alter The Future Of Business

The business world is in constant flux thanks to the exponential advancement of technology. If you're going to get an edge, you have to stay on top of the changes. Drones and the Internet of Things are two things that promise to satisfy the demand for immediate satisfaction in the world society. Co-working spaces, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and Fintech also just the latest ex...

Cashflow Management

Cash Flow: The Oxygen of Business

We’ve all seen enough movies to know how to conserve oxygen if we’re stuck in a lift. Don’t speak too much, don’t shout and definitely don’t light a fire! However, there are many Australian businesses who soon find it hard to breathe because they are doing precisely all of those things. Often it is done completely unwittingly. Not being in tune with cash flow is akin to lighting a fire ...

Superannuation

The Sorry State of Australia's Superannuation Debate

When it comes to fiscal policy there is little that unites the income spectrum but here in Australia, citizens of all incomes are growing tired of the extreme legislative volatility of superannuation, especially Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs). Successive federal governments have galloped towards independently financed retirement via superannuation and SMSFs with the argument that a successful i...

Market Research

Know Thy Enemy: The Importance of Competitor Analysis

When you think of great business quotes few people will immediately think of Sun Tzu but the great Chinese philosopher, military strategist and author of Art of War knew a few things business could learn from. Companies battle on a daily basis for customers and constantly strategise on how to win the most business and get ahead of the competition. And it is Sun Tzu’s quote on the competition th...

Finance and Accounting

Why Your Winning Strategy Needs to Come from Finance

When it comes to making corporate strategy the more informed the board is the better decisions they can make. And when it comes to informing corporate strategy you need robust financial and non-financial information and the evidence shows that tends to come from finance. Evidentiary analysis of high-value corporate decision making shows that the best-performing companies tend to produce informati...

Finance and Accounting

How to Think Outside the Box when Investing

Alternatives for the Retail Investor Once upon a time deciding what to invest in depended on the type of investor you were. High net worth or retail; low risk or high risk determined what options were available to you and your average retail investor could not access the alternatives market. Traditional investments like cash, stocks and bonds have seen their yields plunge and returns are mostly ...

Finance and Accounting

The Argument for Positive Gearing

Sometimes it’s hard to work out what Australians love more, cricket or property investment. On the face of how much effort goes into property investment and the sacrifices many make to get tax refunds through negative gearing it has to be the latter. The strategy of negative gearing – claiming personal tax deductions because rent yields do not cover mortgage costs – can have a real impact o...

Banking

Risk averse Australian banks have lost the art of banking — and it’s hurting our economy

You would be hard-pressed finding a story where one of Australia’s big banks supported an entrepreneur from start-up to a public listing. The Global Financial Crisis coupled with changes to the regulatory environment (e.g. the National Credit Code and the introduction of BASEL II prudential regulation framework in 2008) led to banks understandably avoiding excessive risk. The banks also decided ...

Risk Management

Risk Identification and Management? Why Do I Need it?

No business is ever safe from different types of risks. Those risks can be related to company finances, business strategy, reputation, etc. But they all have a very crucial impact on your business development. Larger companies and big corporations have a special risk management department to assess risks and ensure the most beneficial development for the company. If you are just starting out or ...

Taxation

5 Ways Child Care Providers Can Legally Lower Tax

Everyone wants to minimise their taxes, especially business owners everywhere in the world and child care providers aren't an exception. Considering that tax evasion is illegal, there are still some ways you can minimise tax bills in a legal manner. If you want to find out how to minimise your child care centre's taxes, just keep on reading to learn about these 5 easy tips. In the recent feder...

Business Management

Why Investing in Childcare Centre is the Next Big Thing

A lot of people underestimate the prospects of childcare centres as actual businesses that provide vital services. With the current governmental support and regulations, increase in maternal workforce participation and other factors, childcare centres are becoming more and more vital as businesses. Read more to find out where to start and when to invest in developing your centre. Vital service...

Information Technology

5 Stunning Tech Trends That Will Forever Alter The Future Of Business

The business world is in constant flux thanks to the exponential advancement of technology. If you're going to get an edge, you have to stay on top of the changes. Drones and the Internet of Things are two things that promise to satisfy the demand for immediate satisfaction in the world society. Co-working spaces, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and Fintech also just the latest ex...

Cashflow Management

Cash Flow: The Oxygen of Business

We’ve all seen enough movies to know how to conserve oxygen if we’re stuck in a lift. Don’t speak too much, don’t shout and definitely don’t light a fire! However, there are many Australian businesses who soon find it hard to breathe because they are doing precisely all of those things. Often it is done completely unwittingly. Not being in tune with cash flow is akin to lighting a fire ...

Superannuation

The Sorry State of Australia's Superannuation Debate

When it comes to fiscal policy there is little that unites the income spectrum but here in Australia, citizens of all incomes are growing tired of the extreme legislative volatility of superannuation, especially Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs). Successive federal governments have galloped towards independently financed retirement via superannuation and SMSFs with the argument that a successful i...

Market Research

Know Thy Enemy: The Importance of Competitor Analysis

When you think of great business quotes few people will immediately think of Sun Tzu but the great Chinese philosopher, military strategist and author of Art of War knew a few things business could learn from. Companies battle on a daily basis for customers and constantly strategise on how to win the most business and get ahead of the competition. And it is Sun Tzu’s quote on the competition th...

Finance and Accounting

Why Your Winning Strategy Needs to Come from Finance

When it comes to making corporate strategy the more informed the board is the better decisions they can make. And when it comes to informing corporate strategy you need robust financial and non-financial information and the evidence shows that tends to come from finance. Evidentiary analysis of high-value corporate decision making shows that the best-performing companies tend to produce informati...

Finance and Accounting

How to Think Outside the Box when Investing

Alternatives for the Retail Investor Once upon a time deciding what to invest in depended on the type of investor you were. High net worth or retail; low risk or high risk determined what options were available to you and your average retail investor could not access the alternatives market. Traditional investments like cash, stocks and bonds have seen their yields plunge and returns are mostly ...

Finance and Accounting

The Argument for Positive Gearing

Sometimes it’s hard to work out what Australians love more, cricket or property investment. On the face of how much effort goes into property investment and the sacrifices many make to get tax refunds through negative gearing it has to be the latter. The strategy of negative gearing – claiming personal tax deductions because rent yields do not cover mortgage costs – can have a real impact o...

Risk Management

Risk Identification and Management? Why Do I Need it?

No business is ever safe from different types of risks. Those risks can be related to company finances, business strategy, reputation, etc. But they all have a very crucial impact on your business development. Larger companies and big corporations have a special risk management department to assess risks and ensure the most beneficial development for the company. If you are just starting out or ...

Banking

Risk averse Australian banks have lost the art of banking — and it’s hurting our economy

You would be hard-pressed finding a story where one of Australia’s big banks supported an entrepreneur from start-up to a public listing. The Global Financial Crisis coupled with changes to the regulatory environment (e.g. the National Credit Code and the introduction of BASEL II prudential regulation framework in 2008) led to banks understandably avoiding excessive risk. The banks also decided ...

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