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Drive for Uber or list on Airbnb? Here’s 5 things you need to know...

But there are a few essential things rideshare drivers, space-sharers and other ‘sharing economy’ workers need to know come tax time. Those earning income from the sharing economy should prepare for close scrutiny from the ATO.

Australian SMEs are bleeding $13.7 billion a year as they pay GST

Complying with Australia’s GST rules is costing small businesses big time - more than $13.7 billion a year, according to new research recently released...

Five reasons why your business isn’t attracting repeat customers, and what you can do...

Do your customers only come around once and never return? You must be wondering where you are going wrong. In my experience, customers need three...

Now is the perfect time to start making June 30th, 2015 easier for your...

Quality talent is attracted to SMEs by far more than an attractive salary; we human beings like to be more than numbers to a...

What effect will the 2014 budget have on Australia’s small businesses?

As the bedrock of our GDP health, the needs of SMEs are vital to the success of our economy. Following the handing down of the...

Don’t mind me. I’m just taking a walk in this minefield of tax penalties

Are you an entrepreneur? Does this sound familiar? “Hey buddy, have you heard about this new clever tactic of squeezing more out of your...

It’s nearly that time again. Yes, BAS time. Here’s a sensible way to take...

Many businesses have no idea that using an unregistered practitioner could be to their own peril and may result in hefty penalties. TASA is here to protect the public from risks associated with dealing with unqualified or unskilled BAS providers.

One hundred days in, Ted Baillieu assesses the challenges ahead for Victoria [Interview]

In this extended podcast, Garry and Leon talk with Victoria Premier Ted Baillieu about the challenges facing his government – not least of which are the clean-up of the Victorian floods, the cut in GST funding from the Federal Government, and the delay to the regional rail project, issues he describes as “black holes” left by his predecessors. He also cites his pledge to the environment and creative measures to boost the state's sagging productivity.

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