Here's a rare local opportunity to learn more about marketing and managing your business and keeping up to date with the latest innovations that can help run your business more efficiently. A sell out event for the past three years, B.I.T.E Conference is the premier small business event in Greater Melbourne and Frankston region.
As COVID-19 struck, Australian businesses had to rapidly evolve and implement new ways of working with very little warning or preparation. Whilst many companies have successfully adjusted to their 'new normal', it's also time to consider what the future holds for employers.
If you perform some of your work from your home office, you may be able to claim a deduction for the costs you incur in running your home office, even if the room is not set aside solely for work-related purposes.
Brandon has recorded a video on how to process JobKeeper in Xero. Just minutes after he finished, Xero updated further to include a basic last month turnover calculator too!
UPDATED 13th April - Businesses significantly impacted by the coronavirus outbreak will be able to access a subsidy from the Government to continue paying their employees. THIS INCLUDES SELF-EMPLOYED!!
BAS time seems to come around quicker and quicker! Here are some tips to try and make it a little easier! We have also included a summary of common errors we see, take a look to ensure you don’t do these.
Funding of $10,000 per business is available and will be allocated through a grant process.
Taking care of your mental health during this isolation period becomes really essential. Shared by Simon Fraser University Health & Counselling Services: 25 tips to help you and your loved ones navigate this time.
Does your business rent a commercial property from your SMSF? You can now give your business reduced rent because of COVID-19 to ease the
pressure on your business.
We know that even the smallest changes can have a big impact on your finances. We share advice from local mortgage broker Two Acre Finance to help you review your options.
As part of a $1.7 billion economic survival package, the Victorian Government has announced $500 million to establish a Business Support Fund to assist small to medium businesses most impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak.