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Super deferrals, tax cuts proposed to help SMEs

The ASBFEO is pushing for the deferral of super increases for two years and tax cuts on super payments as a way of boosting COVID-hit SMEs.


Family in business together – it’s in the genes!

Family businesses are trusted, loyal, agile, and efficient when times are difficult, as proven by . the sector’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.

payment systems

Exploring new payment systems could help your business: here’s how

From gift cards to “buy now, pay later” schemes, offering different payment systems to your customers helps increase your chance of a sale.


How accountants can cope with the stress of COVID

With many businesses trying to survive in the midst of the current crisis, accountants helping these businesses are feeling the pressure and stress as…

Five marketing mistakes small-business owners make

Five marketing mistakes that can easily become learning opportunities that will ultimately lead to the growth of your small business.

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Next six months crucial to survival of small businesses

Over half the owners of bricks-and-mortar businesses fear that the survival of their enterprises will be beyond them if stay-at-home orders remain in …


$3 billion shot in the arm for locked down Victorian businesses

Government support for Victorian businesses includes an initiative aimed at helping the states small enterprises pivot to online operations.

Is your small business ready to fulfil government contracts?

There are thousands of small businesses more than capable of winning and delivering on lucrative government contracts -they just don’t know it yet.


How to lead by example in the data-driven workplace

If those who are tasked to lead are serious in modernising their organisations, then they need to establish the right culture in the workplace.

Small business cashflow sins

10 cashflow sins and how to avoid them – Part 1

The cashflow challenges brought by the pandemic is forcing business owners to make a significant change of direction in order to survive.

Navigating the early stages of your business

However much conviction you have in your idea,you won’t know whether it’ll succeed in the early stages, so starting it as a side hustle is a good plan…

Established businesses as vulnerable as start-ups to economic crisis

New research reveals a less than expected difference between the fortunes of established businesses and start-ups as a result of the COVID crisis.


Extended insolvency protections to benefit small businesses

Extended insolvency protections will diminish the threat of creditors taking action against a small business impacted by COVID trading restrictions.

Q&A: Adapting fashion to make it more inclusive

Australia’s first adaptive fashion marketplace ism on a mission to get the fashion industry to have a more inclusive mindset when it comes to disabil…

Financial solutions for SMEs

Trade finance is a loan that delivers payment to an exporter on behalf of the importer before the goods have arrived, with the goods serving as securi…

Developing customer loyalty

Increasing customer loyalty rates by five per cent lifts profits by 25 to 95 per cent, so it is well worth the investment of time and energy.


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