Hang in there We’ve designed this guide as a quick reference to the COVID-19 related tax and financial support that might be available to you. It’s quiet comprehensive, but care needs to be taken and you should consult your accountant when making decisions. The Government has flagged that more support is coming and we will keep … Read more Complete Covid-19 Guide to Stimulus and support Measures as at 6th April 2020
If you’re looking for something to do, why not upskill yourself? We might be accountants and we do love free stuff, it’s important to always take stock of your most valuable item, time. You cannot make more or get any back, so it’s important to use it as best you can. Connect with friends, family, … Read more Stuck in lock down? How about a free course…
We take HR serious when it comes to our team, to keep them safe and on track. We have loved working with Linda at TotalHRM in Albury and understand that sometimes every business needs options. If you want amazing in person support and locals, TotalHRM is for you. We also utilise HappyHR to maintain our … Read more HR Support is important now as it is ever
The Second $66.1 bn Stimulus Package: What You Need To Know The Government yesterday released a second, far-reaching $66.1 bn stimulus package that boosts income support payments, introduces targeted changes to the superannuation rules, provides cash flow support of up to $100,000 for small business employers, and relaxes corporate insolvency laws. The stimulus measures are … Read more Stimulus #2 – Bigger, better and far more impact
The Reserve Bank of Australia is widely tipped to reduce interest rates again to historic lows. Easton Wealth economist Emmanuel Calligeris explores the impact. Australia and world volatility The ongoing trade war between the US and China has dominated financial market movements recently. The last two trading months have seen increased market volatility. In July, … Read more Towards Zero Interest Rates (and what it means to you)
In the early days of Amazon, Jeff Bezos became famous for the philosophy he described to shareholders. He called it ‘Day one’. The idea took hold that if the people in an organisation acted like it was day 1 in the job, they were more likely to stay truly focussed on customers, and driven by … Read more What happened with the ‘day one’ manifesto at Amazon
With the current climate, rates just keep dropping and continue to look like they may drop again, so deciding the right time is alway hard. There is one thing you should be doing every year, and that is ringing your bank and asking for a discount on your current rate. Each time if you can … Read more Can we FIX it? The Fixed or Variable Loan Debate
It’s important to be prompt and organised when scheduling appointments, as your clients need to feel important and valued. Having a process and plan to make sure this is happening correctly in your business is essential. 1. Administrator reviews appointments first thing each day. Your first appointment may be at 9am, so you need to … Read more Do you have a client scheduling procedure?
As the director in a limited company, dividend payments are the usual way for you to take money out of the company – and see a financial return on your investment into the company. Dividends are payments made to the company’s shareholders when the business has made a profit. What’s not re-invested into the company … Read more Company profit and dividends can be a part of your wealth strategy
Only 15% of the world’s workers are engaged and reaching their full potential at work, according to research by Gallup. Increasing that engagement is a key aim for many business owners. No single factor can improve the engagement levels of your staff, but offering a varied and valuable package of employee benefits, and an attractive … Read more Is your Team Engaged? How do you keep them happy and keep up performance?