ATO Small Business Newsroom

The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has sought to simplify information available to small businesses, developing an online “newsroom” to inform business owners about their tax and super obligations.

Known as the “small business newsroom”, the platform gives business owners… Continue reading →

ASIC Business Checks App

A new smartphone application developed by ASIC will help small business owners undertake important checks before they enter into business transactions with other organisations.

Brett Bassett, Senior Executive Leader – Small Business Compliance and Deterrence & Regional Commissioner QLD,… Continue reading →

What Is A Profit And Loss Statement?

The Profit & Loss Statement is amongst the most important and frequently used financial statements in business decision making.

The basic purpose of making a Profit & Loss Statement is to determine how the business has performed its operations.… Continue reading →

New University For Warnervale

Wyong Council will ask the NSW Government to fast-track approval for new education precinct near Warnervale which could create up to 6000 jobs.

Councillors made the decision after viewing a new concept masterplan for the education precinct on the former… Continue reading →

Small Business Local Directory Listings

If you want to have a steady stream of clients for your business, you need to constantly and consistently promote it. Today, one of the best methods of promoting both large and small businesses is through social media or social… Continue reading →

Tax Tips for Year-End

Tax planning shouldn’t be left until last few weeks and days of the financial year.  Forward planning is the best way to ensure an optimal outcome.

With the end of another financial year only a few not the way,… Continue reading →

Cloud-Based Accounting Benefits

Cloud-based accounting is appealing to small and medium businesses because it allows them to “scale out” their technology.They can become more flexible and grow without added overhead costs.

Cloud solutions differ in that the hardware, software and continued maintenance are… Continue reading →

Displaying Your Prices On Your Website: Pros and Cons

Displaying your prices isn’t a decision to make likely, and there is a stack of arguments on both side. So how do you decide if public pricing is for you?

The pros of displaying your prices

By stating your price… Continue reading →

Revitalising the Budgewoi Town Centre

Wyong Shire Council has taken the first step towards revitalising the Budgewoi town centre, with a detailed draft Masterplan now on public exhibition outlining some of the proposed changes to the iconic coastal town.

“The Masterplan aims to promote Budgewoi… Continue reading →

Tax Time 2013: Key Changes

There have been a number of significant changes to tax products, tax return forms, instruction guides and requirements for Tax Time 2013.

The Tax Office has released tax return forms, schedules and instructions for the 2013 income year.

Some of… Continue reading →

Trustee Resolutions: What To Do After 30 June

If you are a trustee and you make beneficiaries of a trust entitled to trust income by way of a resolution, it is important to make sure you are correctly complying with all the necessary requirements when making your trustee… Continue reading →

Trustee Resolutions Must Be Made By 30 June

The Tax Office has issued a fact sheet in relation to trustee resolutions and the requirement that such resolutions be made no later than 30 June 2013.

For a trustee that intends to make beneficiaries of the trust entitled to… Continue reading →

What Is Cloud Computing?

Earlier today, an entrepreneur attempted to explain to the Taskmaster what “cloud computing” is.

“Well, it’s where your data is stored off in the clouds, in the sky somewhere – on a satellite or something I guess – and you… Continue reading →

Using RSS Feeds To Market Your Website

For those of you who’ve been online for a while now you will find that just about every single website you visit will have a link to their RSS feed.

You are going to come to recognize that this… Continue reading →

Top 4 FAQ’s About Bankruptcy

Insolvency is the situation where a person is unlikely to pay their debts. In many cases a person who is insolvent may be able to pay their debts over a longer period or by restructuring their financial arrangements.

Those who… Continue reading →

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