ON versus IN: Why you should work on your business instead of just in it
“You need to work on your business, not just in your business.” Made popular by The E-Myth Revisited author Michael Gerber, it’s advice I’m sure you’ve heard dozens of times over the years (I certainly have). But despite being told over and over again, many small business owners still don’t seem to truly understand what it means.
9 ways you can pay less tax (but you need to act quickly)
Time is running out. If you want to take a few simple preventative measures to minimise or defer how much tax you will pay for this Financial Year, you need to do two things.
The 9 key steps to set up your SMSF correctly
Are you worried that your hard-earned money is not working hard enough for you? That your dream of your golden years spent on the golf course or with loved ones on the beach is fading fast?
Business owners: Are you keeping your eye on the ball, or the scoreboard?
The principles behind winning in business and winning in sport are similar in many ways. Take tennis, for example. If you’ve ever watched a match on television, you’ll know that along with all the hitting, running and grunting there are a lot of numbers involved.
Key Person Insurance: Could your business survive losing one if its key people?
As much as you try to share skills, knowledge and information in your company, you probably have some people who are key to your business’ success.
Why small businesses are going to the cloud
“The cloud” is a phrase that means something very different these days, due to the increasing use of cloud computing. But what exactly is cloud computing? And is it a good option for small businesses?
Where did it go?: Taking the mystery (and pain) out of managing your money
Most people will quite literally earn millions of dollars in their lifetime. Yet many people struggle financially and live from one pay period to the next.
5 Steps to ensure Business Disaster doesn’t have to mean Business Devastation
Disasters. They happen. In personal lives, and in business. That’s not being negative, that’s being real. Every day disasters affect families and businesses somewhere in the world, but it always seems to happen to someone else, doesn’t it?
How to make online superannuation contributions simple
If you’re still paying your employees’ super with bank transfers (or worse still, cheques), then you need to change the way you do things—and fast.
Is your family home at risk? The one mistake many business owners make
As a business owner, there are plenty of things you need to manage, and two of the most important of these are assets and risks.