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The underrated benefits of the new e-invoicing hype

Recently we covered the news that federal government departments will start paying e-invoices to businesses within five days. This applies only to contracts valued up...

New Xero report: Late payments cost small businesses $7billion a year

A new report from Xero, the global small business platform, reveals for the first time the magnitude and impact of late payments to Australian...

How to avoid fake invoice scams 

Cybercriminals are targeting businesses with a new scam that uses fake invoices to trick the business into paying money to the scammer. The invoices...

Wolf amongst the sheep: does your business have any bad debtors hiding in its flock?

With companies increasingly defaulting on payments, going into administration and getting wound up by the ATO, small to medium businesses are more vulnerable than ever to bad...

Let’s Talk: Cash flow

Inadequate cash flow has been cited as the cause of two in five business failures in Australia *, lending credence to the age-old saying...

Cashflow is King: five tips for small to medium businesses to help them stay firmly in the black

Running a small business has many rewards, but it has never been an endeavour for the faint-hearted. One of the most common yet avoidable...

Small Business Ombudsman unveils register promoting best practice in B2B payments

Businesses are being encouraged to promote their commitment to good payment time practices by signing up to the National Payment Transparency Register, established this...

Turnbull Government paying 60% of its small business invoices within 20 days, report shows

Federal Government agencies are paying 96% of their small business contractors within thirty days of receiving an invoice, according to a new report. Minister for...

How to survive the Christmas blackout period

The Christmas Blackout period can bring Australian small businesses to a halt as wage bills take priority and payments begin to dry up. With...

The Federal Government commits to paying small businesses ten days sooner by July 2019

The Federal Government will begin paying small business suppliers ten calendar days sooner to improve their cashflow, it has been announced. Under the Government’s...

New insolvency laws: 4 actions small business directors must take

There are four key actions that small business owners should take immediately, to ensure they are well positioned once they, or their suppliers, come off JobKeeper this month.

Australian media code becomes law as Facebook and Google make deals

The News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code has officially been cleared by the federal government...

The changes in insolvency & restructuring rules that could catch out Australian businesses

“COVID Safe Harbour” insolvency rules have been replaced by legislation that includes a new, streamlined SME restructuring process...

Facebook Australia bans users and publishers from posting and sharing news

Facebook has made a major move in the back and forth with the Australian Government on the proposed Media Bargaining Law. It’s also a potentially dire step by the social media giant for the many Australian publishers that use the platform.

Let’s Talk: The office vs. working from home?

Working from home is now a viable option for many businesses. So, this far into the pandemic, what do we think? Work office vs. Home? Let's talk...

Seven signs big Google news deal; ABC, Nine, Guardian reportedly circling

Seven West Media is Australia’s first large news outlet to sign a deal with Google in order to have the tech giant pay for its news content.

Donald Trump, acquitted of inciting Capitol attack, says movement has ‘only just begun’

A win for Trump. Although, the result came with the highest number of Senators to ever vote against a president from their own party.

How business crisis pressures can produce disruptive diamonds

Disruption waits for no one, especially not a pandemic. Innovative thinking should be top priority during a crisis. Read on...