February 17, 2017 by Brett Plant
February 17, 2017 by Chloe Du Bois
When it comes to a building a career there is no one right or wrong way to do things. Just because one path was successful for someone else does not mean that it will be the path that you choose to create success and take charge of your own future.
Begin thinking about ways that you can positively influence your career if you truly want to progress and grow as a person.Read More›
February 17, 2017 by Kim Goodair
Historically you had to be at the top of the tree to get access to perks in the workplace. These days when interviewing a junior, applicants want to know if we provide gym membership and whether we offer flexible working hours.
Salary is no longer the most important factor. When it comes to attracting staff only 20% of candidates list their salary as the most important issue when considering a job offer.Read More›
February 17, 2017 by Elena Turcan
The Australian Taxation Office has slightly altered their practical compliance methods for small claimants to make the Fuel Tax Credit (FTC) calculation process easier.
The guideline allows entities to calculate the number of litres of taxable fuel they acquired in the tax period based on average price of fuel.Read More›
February 17, 2017 by Dion Richardson
In any business there are risks involved and business risks come in many forms from many sources. Risks range from some of the most basic aspects including creditor risk to public liability risk, through to more complex risks associated with the preservation of the business as a going concern for the protection of its owners’ equity.
One of the most impactful and easily resolved risks is a lack of a business succession strategy or plan.Read More›
February 17, 2017 by Marc McMahon
Superannuation is an essential part of securing your future and is one of the best long-term investments.
Paying attention to your superannuation from early on will provide continued benefits allowing for the retirement lifestyle you choose.Read More›
February 10, 2017 by Dion Richardson
In the 2016 budget there were changes announced to the tax treatment of ‘transition to retirement’ income streams.
These adjustments will have a substantial impact on individuals, although without much media attention many remain unaware of how the influential changes will impact them.Read More›
February 10, 2017 by Charles Page
Mark Twain said “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics”. Were Mark Twain around today, he may have added opinion polls to the mix.
One opinion poll in particular examines the idea that Self-Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) are responsible for driving the Australian Property bubble.Read More›
February 10, 2017 by Marc McMahon
Last year’s Federal Budget announced, yet again, that there would be changes to superannuation. These changes are not due to take effect until July 2017, by which time most will have probably forgotten the changes and the impact of these on individuals.
One of the major concerns of the Australian Government and other financial institutions is the significant lack of engagement and attention that the average Australian has with their superannuation.Read More›
February 10, 2017 by Powers Wealth