The new Small Business Recovery Grant for up to $3,000 is now open for applications to help you rebuild your business.
As accountants, we want our clients to build resilient and successful businesses. That means overcoming the challenges and pursuing the opportunities presented by current market conditions. Leaders of resilient businesses ensure they understand their market, especially the customers and competition.
Whether your business already employs apprentices, or you want to explore the benefits. Join the Business Australia discussion with Apprenticeship Support Australia to explore the incentives available and how onboarding apprentices can help your business.
If you’re a Bruce Springsteen fan, you might enjoy his song “The Price You Pay” (also covered by country star Emmylou Harris). Roger Daltrey of the Who sings “The Price of Love” while Twisted Sister released “Pay the Price” in 1999. The Doobie Brothers contemplate life in “Too High a Price” while the Thompson Twins think back to their youth in “The Price”.
As accountants, we strive to help our clients build resilient and successful businesses. In the current business environment, there are both challenges and opportunities. One component of resilience is to have a clear vision for the business. That means everyone should understand the business ‘destination’, the ‘why’ or the ‘rationale’ for the business.
We hope you are well & safe and thank you for your continued support during this COVID-19 pandemic. As you may already know over the past few weeks, there are various measures that have been announced by the Federal and State governments to deal with this pandemic and to mitigate its financial impact. Some of these measures impact Your Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) and the related audit requirements.
Keeping up to date with the most relevant business information and deadlines is a challenge. That’s why we have collated key dates to make it easy for you to stay ahead. If you need any further details don’t hesitate to contact the team on 02 4228 4877 or firstname.lastname@example.org
As accountants, we need to understand our clients’ business models. In very simple terms, a business model refers to “the way a business makes money”. Take a retailer, for example, who buys and displays products of interest to customers. By attracting people into their store, they sell those products and make a profit, provided the sales price exceeds the costs of supplying that product.
The National Cabinet met on Friday 8th May, to further discuss options for easing restrictions over the coming months, helping prepare Australians to go back to work in a COVID-19 safe environment and getting the economy back to a more sustainable level.
There are alternative tests for the fall in turnover for businesses that do not meet the existing ‘basic’ test. The alternative will allow businesses not previously eligible for JobKeeper to apply.