Tax Saving Hacks Many Businesses Often Miss
Did you know that 93% of small businesses overpay their taxes yearly? That’s almost like buying a lavish gift for someone you’ve never met! It’s understandable, though. With the complexityRead More
Advancing Fair Work: Australia’s Third Tranche of Industrial Relations Law Reforms
The last year has seen many changes to workplace and industrial relations law. Already, two sets of industrial reforms have been introduced. The first has focused on improving job security,Read More
What happens if I ask my employee to work more than 38 hours per week?
Understanding the laws and rules about employer and employee rights can be a bit tricky. Without even knowing it, these rules can be easily broken. Can an employer ask theirRead More
How does my company issue shares?
A private company (otherwise known as a Proprietary Limited company) can create and issue shares even if you are not listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. If you own aRead More
Disability Discrimination: Working While Vision Impaired
Vision impairment is not uncommon in Australia. It’s estimated that around 453,000 people in Australia are blind or have low vision, and this number may increase to 564,000 by 2030.Read More
Using a Corporate Trustee for a Family Trust
There are many benefits to using a corporate trustee for a family trust, including the longevity of a corporate trustee, reducing liability and advantages for succession planning purposes. A trustRead More
What is the difference between registering a business name, and a company?
A business name is the title in which your business operates under. It is sometimes referred to as a trading name (however this is now an old term). If yourRead More
When do I have to pay employee penalty rates?
In Australia, employees may be entitled to higher rates and extra allowances if they are covered by an award, registered agreement or enterprise agreement. These penalty rates were introduced inRead More