Starting a New Job: Tips for Success and the Top 10 Jobs

27 June

Starting a new job is a pivotal moment, filled with both excitement and nerves. Whether embarking on your first career or making a significant shift, the early days at a new workplace are crucial for setting the tone for your future success and...[Read More]

Hotter-than-expected inflation leaves RBA in tight spot

26 June

An unexpectedly large jump in the monthly consumer price index is unwelcome news for the Reserve Bank of Australia in its lengthy inflation battle. The monthly consumer price index rose four per cent over the 12 months to May, above expectations and...[Read More]

Jitters from Reserve Bank dent consumer confidence

26 June

Consumer confidence took a hit after the Reserve Bank of Australia’s last meeting where a few worrying signals on retail prices had board members on guard. Surveys of consumers before and after the June cash rate meeting found sentiment dived in...[Read More]

Australia to aid Solomons police, seeks to block China

26 June

Australia will help prop up the Solomon Islands police force after a request from its new prime minister as it works to decrease China’s presence in the Pacific nation. Prime Minister Anthony Albanese welcomed his counterpart Jeremiah Manele with...[Read More]

Time and Wealth: The Essential Connection

20 June

In our pursuit of wealth, we often find ourselves caught in the relentless cycle of earning, saving, and investing.  While accumulating wealth is undoubtedly a significant goal, it is essential to recognise that time, the finite resource we all...[Read More]

The Essential Role of Accountants in Tax Minimisation and Financial Reassurance

20 June

Navigating the complexities of tax obligations can be daunting for both individuals and business owners. With ever-changing tax laws, intricate regulations, and the constant risk of errors and penalties, managing taxes effectively requires more than...[Read More]

RBA still not ‘ruling anything in or out’ on next move

19 June

Interest rates have been left on hold by the Reserve Bank which is keeping its options open on future moves, with neither a cut nor a hike ruled out. The central bank has again left its target cash rate at 4.35 per cent, where it has sat since...[Read More]

‘A few little alerts’ ringing for the RBA on inflation

19 June

Persistent price pressures, stronger household spending and sluggish productivity performance are some of the risk factors worrying Australia’s central bank in the challenging final mile on inflation. As universally expected, the Reserve Bank of...[Read More]

Small Business – Get ready for tax time

19 June

Are you ready for tax time?   This might be your last chance to make any tax-deductible purchases before this financial year ends on 30 June. See if there are any tax-deductible items your business needs, or any concessions you can...[Read More]

Simple checks for super success

19 June

Complete these checks to help meet your super obligations. Meeting your super obligations as an employer is important, but we know there’s a lot you need to think about. To help streamline the process, complete these simple checks for...[Read More]

China-Australia relations ‘renewed and revitalised’

19 June

Australia’s relationship with China is on a path of “steady improvement”, Beijing’s second-most powerful leader said following talks with top Australian politicians. Chinese Premier Li Qiang arrived at Parliament House on Monday for an...[Read More]

Regions can benefit from untapped skilled refugee pool

19 June

Management consultant Fadi Chalouhy is the first stateless person in the world to get a skilled migrant visa and since landing in Australia five years ago he has been thriving. Born at the end of the civil war to a Syrian father who was a soldier...[Read More]