The end of a financial year is a good time to set business resolutions for the start of the next financial year. To jumpstart your planning, CPA Australia has put together 11 resolutions no small business should do without.
The top three legal issues that small businesses struggle with are misleading conduct, consumer guarantees and wrongly accepting payment, and the ACCC says accountants can play the vital role of trusted adviser in helping their clients to resolve any problems.
Small businesses may be eligible for a range of tax benefits. CPA Australia has put together the following tax tips to help small businesses.
Investing in technology need not be time-consuming or expensive for small business owners.
Looking to tackle the escalating issue of loneliness among the elderly, Jenna Leo and Mathieu Bertrand founded Home Care Heroes, a service that caters to an isolated section of society and provide employment for 'heroes'.
The "last mile" has long been a thorn in the side of e-commerce retailers, whose brands have been bumped and bruised by third-party delivery partners. However, long overdue relief may be on its way.
There’s no denying blockchain is a hot topic, its application tipped as a potential game-changer in accounting, fund transfers, voting and more. While sometimes spoken of in the same breath as bitcoin, the scope of blockchain technology goes far beyond the management of digital currencies.
New reforms, enhanced data analysis and co-operation between agencies are set to clamp down on directors trying to re-birth phoenix companies and clip the wings of unscrupulous pre-insolvency advisers.
Vuly Play CEO Joe Andon first sold trampolines from his bedroom, but now his innovative outdoor play products sell in 13 countries.
Small and medium businesses (SMEs) that want to behave and act like bigger companies really have more choice than ever before with the help of ERP software.
Small businesses in the Asia-Pacific region are successfully leaping into the digital era and are optimistic about the future, according to CPA Australia’s 2017 small business survey.
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More South Korean entrepreneurs are ignoring the nation’s famous conglomerates – companies with global reach, like Samsung, Hyundai and LG Electronics – to create their own innovative start-ups.
The Social Science social media consultancy helps STEMM organisations communicate their work to the world.
The Australian government's proposed director identification number is just one weapon in the war against company phoenixing.
Looking for proven marketing tactics to grow your firm? Here are five that will work in any business situation.
Proposed changes to the federal government’s company tax cut could see some small businesses missing out.
Consumers know what they want and, increasingly, they want a business to understand them. That’s why big companies extending their reach across the globe won’t force out the niche players.
Jim O’Connor CPA got hands-on experience in his family’s grain silo business. Now he’s co-owner of a farm equipment firm as well as a craft brewery.
They innovate, they use digital marketing and they’re always looking for new opportunities. Learn from these successful small business owners in the Asia-Pacific region.