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Posted by Jody Smith on 3.06.2020

Managing Cash Flow in a Crisis

In the midst of a global pandemic, now more than ever, it is important as a business owner to have a good handle on your business’s cash needs. While some parts of the economy are starting to open back up, many businesses are only just starting to feel the full impact of dropping sales figures over the last couple of months.

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Topics: Business Improvement, Business Planning, cashflow

Posted by Jody Smith on 1.05.2020

From Survival to Resilience: Shifting the Focus

Business survival has been a popular topic in recent weeks but businesses are shifting their focus to resilience. What does it take to build businesses that can survive AND thrive in the longer term… while insulating them from a recurrence of recent events? It’s not about picking up where we left off because what worked in the past may not work in the future. Let’s take a look at the attributes of resilient (or sustainable) businesses.

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Topics: Business Planning, managing business risk covid-19

Posted by Jody Smith on 25.02.2020

QBCC Annual Financial Reporting – What now?

There was a collective sigh of relief among licensees and their accountants as the 31 December deadline for the new Annual Financial Reporting rolled by. But if you were one of the tens of thousands of licensees across Queensland who did not meet the minimum financial requirements for licensing, or who have not yet lodged your report. What now?

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Topics: QBCC, qbccreporting

Posted by Jody Smith on 14.11.2019

QBCC new reporting deadline draws near

The due date for the QBCC’s new annual financial reporting requirements is fast approaching. Builders and trade contractors that hold QBCC licenses with turnover less than $30 million, need to submit their financial information no later than 31 December 2019, or risk having their license suspended.

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Topics: QBCC

Posted by Jody Smith on 27.08.2019

Important information for QBCC license holders

In the wake of some high profile business collapses in the Building and Construction Industry, new regulations from The Queensland Building and Construction Commission commenced on 1 January 2019, with the aim of restoring effectiveness to the Minimum Financial Requirements for licensing and returning the QBCC’s powers to regulate those requirements.

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Topics: Business Improvement, QBCC

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