Exit Plan: How a succession plan can save your business (and protect your family)
While everyone wants their businesses to be successful and operate for a long time, you may not necessarily want to remain at the helm.
Unmasking Liability: 6 signs that contractor is really your employee
In a lot of situations, hiring a contractor to get a particular job done makes perfect sense. It may require expertise or skills none of your employees has.
How to leave your assets with your family, rather than to chance
Let’s face it: no-one likes to think of death, especially their own. It’s not exactly a great conversation starter, is it? This might explain why so many people end up “dying Intestate” which means they die without a will and, as a consequence, have their assets distributed according to State law.
Smart ways to ease yourself into retirement, pay less tax and boost your super
Two things first up: (1) If you want to (or have to) work past the age of 55, you need to read this article; or (2) If you know someone else who that applies to, please forward them this article or a link to it.
4 apps to get clients to pay their bills (so you can pay yours)
Debtors and late-payers—the bane of every business owner. Unfortunately, you don’t get out of paying your bills simply because they haven’t paid theirs.
Business owners, so you think you’re insured properly: 5 things to check
Whoever said, “You can never have too much insurance” obviously never had to pay the premiums. Still, there’s no denying the fact you need it to protect your business and its assets.
3 reasons you should run your family like a business
If a business owner said to you that they run their business without a budget, what would you think? You’d think they were incompetent. Or perhaps lazy? Or both?
A trap that causes many businesses to go broke, while they're making a profit
There's a saying in business, "You can go broke making a profit." And another, "Cash is king. Profit is theory."
3 reasons your business needs a budget now
For many, the word ‘budget’ is about as appealing as the word ‘diet’. It seems to imply what you will go without, rather than what you will achieve.