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Posted by Carissa Gordon on 14.05.2020

10 tips for clever business owners

As a business owner, there is always something to do, however many owners often spend more time working in the business than they do on the business.

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Topics: Business Improvement, business continuity planning, managing business risk covid-19

Posted by Neville Hughes on 1.05.2020

Managing (and Getting Help) Through a Business Crisis

Recent global events have tested the mettle of management and boards everywhere. Some businesses will emerge stronger and, sadly, some will cease to exist in their current form.

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Topics: Business Improvement, business continuity planning, managing business risk covid-19

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 GTC Financial on 21.04.2020

Your job or income circumstances have changed

If you have lost your job, been stood down, or had your income significantly reduced you are likely to be experiencing some level of shock and concern. There are however a number of options to consider that may help you manage your finances.

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Topics: jobkeeper payment, access super, Jobseeker

Posted by Carissa Gordon on 16.04.2020

Working from home? Here’s an overview of what deductions you may be able to claim.

With so many people now working from home it’s a good time to review the key rules for claiming deductions associated with working from home. After all, working from home will potentially be the new norm for many people for at least 3 months in the current income year and, quite possibly, 3 months in the next income year.

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Topics: tax deductions, working from home tax deductions

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