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  • April 26 2019 Morrison: Interest rate cut up to RBA

    Prime Minister Scott Morrison won’t be drawn on a possible interest rate cut by the Reserve Bank, saying any reduction is a decision for the independent central bank. Financial markets see an increased likelihood of a cut in the 1.5 per cent cash rate after inflation figures released this week showed the annual rate unexpectedly Read More…

  • February 23 2017 Some business owners supplement income by providing shareconomy services, MYOB finds

    The number of SME operators who believe the sharing economy is having a positive impact on their business far outnumber those who believe it is detrimental, according to cloud accounting provider MYOB Over 1000 SME operators from across Australia were survey for the bi-annual MYOB Business Monitor, which found that the franchise sector was the Read More…

  • September 20 2016 Big businesses can help eliminate barriers to SMB owners growing their super, says MYOB

    Small to medium business owners are diligent when it comes to meeting their superannuation obligations to staff but growing their personal super is ‘not top of mind’, according to Tim Reed, CEO of cloud accounting provider MYOB. He told Dynamic Business that government and big business must play a role in eliminating barriers to owners making super contributions.  Read More…

  • August 17 2016 Taxing times: How to take the pain out of making a tax claim on work-related travel

    It’s that time of year again: tax time. When the challenge of filing personal taxes is compounded by the need to sift through work-related travel expenses, it’s no wonder many workers would rather visit the dentist. Knowing how to file business travel expenses can be one of the most confusing areas when submitting expenses to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Read More…

  • July 4 2016 Payday loans: when you should and shouldn’t use them

    Life can be unpredictable, particularly when it comes to expenses. Something as simple as a flat tyre or broken washing machine can throw your budget out fast. It’s these kinds of urgent and unforeseen expenses which payday loans, also known as cash loans, are often suitable for. They are designed to give you access to Read More…

  • June 17 2016 Bank, online lender or peer-to-peer platform to fund my business?

    With the increasing number of debt financing alternatives available to small and medium sized businesses, should businesses be bypassing the major banks and going to straight to these alternative lenders and platforms? For some businesses the answer will be yes though there are a number of considerations that must be weighed up in deciding who Read More…

  • June 15 2016 Put accounts receivable systems in place

    After spending years getting yourself up and running, working on sales and the front end, it’s likely that the back end – accounting practices and accounts receivable – have been somewhat forgotten. With more and more companies defaulting on payments, going into administration and getting wound up by the ATO, now more than ever is the Read More…

  • March 21 2016 Redefining the traditional business model: How leading the industry in change has lead this start-up to success

    Mixing car finance & home loans isn’t something a traditional mortgage broker would consider. But I’m not your traditional mortgage broker. Off the back of a digital advertising & intelligent investment in technology, I’ve built a business that continues to grow exponentially. The Positive Group is now one of Australia’s fastest growing financial services companies. Read More…

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