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Small business tax cuts could be closer

In light of the dumping of the plan to slash taxes for bigger companies the government is looking at bringing forward al...
energy retailers

Small businesses “don’t trust” energy companies

A new report reveals rising energy prices are having a negative impact across the small business sector as they make it ...
Fair pay

Unions slam penalty rates cuts cut

"The last thing we need is for some of our hardest-working, lowest-paid workers to be dealt out penalty rates pay cuts."
payment, payments, pay rules, payroll managers

South Australia shows the way on payroll tax

3200 SA businesses with taxable payrolls of up to $1.5 million will be exempt from payroll tax under new legislation pas...

Royal Commission lawyers against more SME regulation

The royal commission has to date received more than 630 public submissions about small and medium-size enterprises.

ABC stands by investigation into ATO “targeting” small businesses

The ABC and Fairfax conducted a joint investigation into whistleblower allegations that small business and individuals h...

Banking Royal Commission turns to small business loans

The Royal Commission is expected to hear about small-business owners who have been wronged by banks during a two-week pu...

Small Businesses’ high expectations of Royal Commission

"The Royal Commission provides the opportunity to highlight the devastating consequences for small businesses when banks...

Wages growth to pick-up this year: PM

The government expects a smaller than anticipated budget deficit means they can take measures to boost the economy that ...

New bankruptcy rules under consideration

The new Bankruptcy Act will ensure that small-business owners and entrepreneurs are not “aced out” of the game for takin...