Navigating ownership changes: A comprehensive guide for business owners

11 July

Changing a business’s ownership structure can be a complex process, often necessitated by various circumstances, such as partnership disputes, divorce, retirement, or the sale of the business.    Regardless of the reason, it’s crucial to...[Read More]

Creating a stress-free environment: Top 10 tips

11 July

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by everyday responsibilities.    Whether you live alone or with an active family, the clutter and chaos that often accompany busy people can contribute to stress and anxiety.   Here...[Read More]

Cash flow and how to manage it

11 July

Has your business experienced negative cash flow and left you feeling stressed? Learn about cash flow and how to manage it with confidence in this post.   Company owners usually struggle with the need to strike a balance between their income and...[Read More]

Life Insurance to protect you and your family

11 July

For some people, a major reason for beginning to prepare for life’s ‘what if’ scenarios is starting a family. If your primary concern is taking care of your family, life insurance is an excellent option. It makes sure that your loved ones are...[Read More]

Top Australian destinations to visit for retirees

11 July

Now that you’ve retired from the workforce and have all the opportunities to do what you want, you’re ready to take the trip of a lifetime.   If you’re planning to take a tour across Australia, here’s a list of 5 top destinations to visit...[Read More]

Steps for your business to take following a cyber data breach

10 July

It’s not if but when a business will experience a cyber breach. Which means it’s vital to be prepared before one happens.  The first step for a small business experiencing a cyber breach is to enact its cyber security incident response...[Read More]

How will ESG risks impact my small business?

10 July

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategies and planning are fast becoming a necessity for businesses, rather than a nice-to-have.   It’s not just big corporates – even the smallest enterprises should consider ESG risks and how to...[Read More]

Smart meters to keep the lights on, one home at a time

10 July

Australia’s green bank is investing $50 million to firm up the electricity grid by giving consumers more control of their homes, electric cars and energy bills. The Clean Energy Finance Corporation loan announced on Wednesday for tech firm...[Read More]

Pacific banking bolstered with federal $6 million boost

10 July

More than $6 million in Commonwealth funds will be used to bolster financial security in the Pacific to ensure banking services don’t close down. Treasurer Jim Chalmers used an address to the Pacific Banking Forum to announce $6.3 million would...[Read More]

Greens seek to cap cost of essential grocery items

10 July

Households would save on 30 essential grocery products under a cap on prices put forward by the Queensland Greens. The price of basic essential items such as milk, bread, eggs and nappies would be tied and linked to January 2024 wages so that wages...[Read More]

Gas before nuclear ‘thought bubble’ in net-zero race

10 July

A federal opposition plan to roll out nuclear energy has been dismissed as a thought bubble as NSW leaders hail the benefits of gas for the goal of net-zero emissions. Natural gas supplies for the nation’s most populous state are being assessed...[Read More]

Thousands of homes to come in first fast-tracked hubs

10 July

Tens of thousands of extra homes could be built in the first mini-cities to be unveiled as part of a mass rezoning around NSW transport hubs. Plans for an initial four transport-oriented development precincts were unveiled on Tuesday as part of a...[Read More]