Small business

The writing on the wall for SMEs is clear – unlocking business value in the post-pandemic world means building shared data capabilities and a culture that values data and informed decision-making.

Why a data-driven culture will grow your business


Paul Luczak CPA. Photo: Jarrod Barnes.

My Client and Me: Working with creative clients


6 ways accountants can raise financial literacy standards


10 things to do now to reduce your business’s cyber exposure


In the absence of sound financial analysis and a link to business strategy, short-term cuts can actually lead to lower long-term profits.

Tough times: When should you cut costs?


Even before the pandemic, there were reports indicating about a third of all data breaches were the work of insiders.

Malicious insiders: How to protect your business


With increased transparency surrounding large organisations' payment times, Australia’s small businesses will be able to make informed decisions about which large organisations they supply.

Payment times reporting: Keeping up with the times


There are strategies small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can put in place to minimise cart abandonment and get their customers to click “pay”.

Customer experience optimisation: 4 ways to get to “pay”


There are factors for and against leasing or buying, which SME owners need to carefully weigh up.

Should you own or lease business assets?


Although Australia has decided not to adopt IFRS for SMEs, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia have all adopted the standard, as have around 83 other countries.

What do the changes in Australian financial reporting mean for SMEs?


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