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Where are you going?

Equally life throws so many competing priorities and pressures at us these days. At some point you are going to need some direction. That doesn’t mean a 50 page business plan necessarily but some sort of road map or framework will give you the best shot at getting what you really want. We see it all the time with clients when we ask why they are in business. The answer is usually very different to what they are doing and what they are actually getting.So stop it. Take the wheel.

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What is the real cost of discounting?

There are Christmas sales, Boxing Day sales, New Year sales,Easter sales, back to school sales, EOFY Sales. Great if you’re the buyer but should you offer discounts in your business?

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Annonymous Feedback

How often have employees come to you saying someone mentioned “an unmentionable” in the smoko room this morning or passing on feedback by the water cooler.

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Paying for Performance

Instilling a culture where your employees strive to do their best not only gives them an opportunity to continually grow but it always enables the business to perform.

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How to Maximise the Price on Sale of your Small Business

To achieve the maximum sale price on the sale of your business,careful planning needs to be undertaken from three years out

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New in Business – keep it simple?

Going into business for yourself can be daunting as you don’t know what you don’t know. Whenever we have new clients going into business for the first time we recommend some simple things to consider which will help keep them on track.

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How to Create a High Performing Team

Developing a high performing team is an essential part of any growing business, particularly during periods of high growth. I would like to share with you how we have been able to achieve this, allowing us to not only grow, have a happy and healthy workplace but also have a low staff turnover and provide our clients with the same friendly service.‍

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Entitlement to Personal/Carer’s Leave – Full Court rules on Test Case

If you are one of the majority of employers who has traditionally accrued personal/carer’s leave on an hourly basis with reference to a notional maximum of 76 hours per year, you will need to examine and amend your payroll system to ensure that each full-time and part-time employee is now accruing an entitlement equivalent to 10 “working days” per year.

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Changes to Payroll Tax from 1 July 2019

Did you know that if you are an employer who employ in Queensland and your Australian taxable wages exceed the payroll tax threshold of $1.3 million per financial year, you may be liable to pay payroll tax in Queensland.

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