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Posted by Neville Hughes on 11.10.2019

Management Buyout: What is it and does it suit your business?

Business owners (especially those who are operationally involved) try to ensure managers’ goals are aligned with their own. If they are aligned, the prospects for the business are much more attractive because everyone is pulling in the same direction. Ideally, everyone should have ‘skin in the game’ so that livelihoods are tied to the success of the business.

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Topics: Retirement Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 23.08.2019

Selling Your Business - It May Not Be For You... But Keep Your Options Open

Selling your business might be far from your mind right now. Perhaps you just started and/or it’s going fabulously well. Don’t fix something that’s not broken, right?

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Topics: Business Evaluation, Retirement Planning, Business Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 8.08.2019

Building your Superannuation Balance

There are two types of contributions that can be made to your super account, concessional contributions and non-concessional contributions:

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Topics: Superannuation, Retirement Planning, Wealth creation

Posted by Haley Bilston on 8.08.2019

Are You On Track?

Although we are only just starting the second month of the new financial year, it is a good time to revisit the goals you have set for the year to determine if you are on track to achieving those, or if you may need to adjust your path.

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Topics: Business Improvement, Retirement Planning, Business Planning, Personal Financial Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 12.04.2019

The Three Categories of Succession Planning

There are many benefits to being a small business owner such as being your own boss, leading a team and the ability to give back to your community. A well-funded retirement account, though, is not one of these many benefits. Most of us believe that, when the time is right, we will sell our business and easily transition into retirement on the earnings generated from the sale. It’s certainly an appealing scenario. To pull it off, however, takes years of preparation and careful planning. This succession planning can be broken down into three categories – people, systems and finances.

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Topics: Business Improvement, Retirement Planning, Business Planning

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