As if small and medium-sized businesses weren’t already facing an uphill battle this year; now it turns out that more than a quarter were knocked back when they applied for finance in recent months. Here’s how we can help.
JobKeeper is due for a big shake-up next month, which means if you’ve been relying on it to get your business through these rocky times, you need to start planning ahead now.
Great news for small business owners: the federal government has extended the $150,000 instant asset write-off to 31 December 2020, but you’ll need to act asap if you want to make use of the scheme this financial year.
Just over one month and counting (down). That’s how long your business has to make use of the $150,000 instant asset write off before the end-of-financial-year June 30 deadline.
The Federal Government’s coronavirus stimulus package seeks to keep businesses afloat and workers employed. A brief summary of the key elements of the package is listed for quick reference.
SMEs are set to have better access to finance, with the Australian government making two key moves this month to free-up lending to small business operators.
More than one-in-five SMEs are having cash flow problems due to business loans being rejected, according to new research.
Ever been tempted to tell the boss you’re leaving to start your own business? You’re not alone. In fact, more than nine million Aussies dream about becoming their own boss.
Businesses that put off paying large tax bills for too long may soon find that the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has notified credit reporting bureaus.
Cash flow is like your daily hit of caffeine. You don’t really notice how important it is for your business until you’ve got to try and operate without it. Today we’ll look at how the recently expanded instant asset write-off initiative can help out in that area.
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