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Stimulus package 2.0: What does the $66 billion package mean?

Yesterday the prime minister Scott Morrison announced a second stimulus package of $66 billion to help the economy survive the impacts of the COVID-19...

What my 9-year-old taught me about start-ups and the meaning of life

In this Kickstart Monday article, Kent Kwan talks us through his one piece of business advice and his lessons regarding startups and the meaning...

‘Responsible’ superannuation investing outperforms

Super funds that invest in line with ethical principles have outperformed those that don't, according to a new report. The Responsible Investment Association Australasia said...

Getting clear on STP and making it easy: ATO Assistant Commissioner, Jason Lucchese, explains all

Today we have Single Touch Payroll expert, Jason Lucchese, on the podcast. Jason is a seasoned public servant with more than 19 years of experience...

NAB facing potential super class action

NAB faces potential class action proceedings over excess superannuation fees levied by its wealth arm. William Roberts Lawyers is inviting MLC Super fund customers to...

Why do major companies keep getting caught in employee underpayment scandals?

Every few months sees a major employee underpayment scandal – companies announcing that they have made payroll errors that have impacted thousands of employees...

How to ensure your future retirement is comfortable

Making informed investment decisions to secure a comfortable retirement Understanding the impact your preservation age has on your retirement plans Ensuring financial longevity rather...

Salary expectations have increased

Compared to just five years ago, jobseekers’ salary expectations are a lot higher 76% of Australian hiring managers say jobseekers are more demanding when it...

New superannuation laws set to eliminate underperforming, fee gouging super funds

New superannuation laws are expected to eliminate underperforming, fee gouging super funds with the introduction of automatic consolidation of inactive accounts and a fee...

Foodora ‘chased’ by tax office

Food delivery company in hot water.

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...

Let’s Talk: What is the best social media platform for your business?

What social media platform is best for your business? Go all-out on all of them? Focus on one or two? Paid or organic approach? Let's talk...