Accountants and Business Advisers
17 Aug 2017
How often does the sexy stuff like attracting new customers, corporate image or customer satisfaction take all the airtime when you talk about growing the value and profitability of a business?
17 Aug 2017
We talk a lot about the importance of goals and how they should be written down, visible, shared with others etc. You know that by doing those things, your chance of attaining those goals increases out of sight but it’s really only part of the picture.
It’s a question that keeps many business owners awake at night; Why are they failing to receive the full reward for the value that they provide? Why can others charge more than they do and why are others reaping the rewards when their product is the same or even inferior?
17 Aug 2017
Driven by budget squeezes, and growing pressure from tax paying Australians, the Australian Tax Office has its cross hairs on international transactions between related entities, and is subsequently obtaining greater scrutiny from the auditor…
Every day we read about corporations and those running corporations breaching the law. Any professional accountant (in commerce, industry or practice) will soon have clear responsibilities and obligations if they become aware of, or suspect, that a breach of the law is occurring in their organisation.
Procurement fraud often occurs when there are either insufficient, weak or unenforced controls in place within an organisation.
The Australian Franchising industry employs 460,000 people across 1,160 franchisors. Many of these workers are students and recent arrivals to Australia on visas with little understanding of employment laws or the concept of award wages, leaving them ripe for exploitation by franchisees.
Data analytics is the key to understanding your customers’ behaviours, identifying new opportunities and reactivating previous customers that have been inactive in order to drive greater value from your customers.
An ATO tax audit can be extremely daunting and the onus is on the tax payer and their accountant or independent third party consultant to provide sufficient evidence to the ATO.
The moral of the story is simple; every business, new or old, must be able to show that every dollar invested into it returns more than a dollar on that investment. If it can’t it is on borrowed time.
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