What is a discretionary family trust – and why use it in your farming business?

Farming businesses can adopt a number of different business structures – but what is a discretionary family trust? And have yo… Read More →

What’s the difference between Accountant, Bookkeeper & Tax Agent?

An accountant, a tax agent and a bookkeeper walk into a bar … The stereotyped image of all three is that they are boring, w… Read More →

The key benefits of cloud accounting

With the new financial year upon us, have you considered switching to an online accounting system? The benefits of cloud accounting… Read More →

Have you got the right accountant for your business? 5 questions you should ask to find out

Are you 100 percent sure that you have the right accountant for your business? Unless you can answer that with a resounding YES, you… Read More →

How important is life insurance & income protection?

What is your most valuable asset?  Your house or your car? Or is it your ability to earn a living and look after yourself and y… Read More →

Use the Boom to weather the Bust– Why now is the time to address the challenges facing farmers

If you’re an Aussie farmer, the stereotype of the battler is an all too familiar one. Yet for all the lean times, there are t… Read More →

In-House vs Outsourced Bookkeeping: The results are in.

“Ah, the joys of bookkeeping!” said no business owner. Ever. However, the fact of the matter is that every business nee… Read More →

When is the best time to talk to your accountant?

Do you spend much of the year actively trying NOT to talk to your accountant? Hiding under the heap of work on your desk? And only p… Read More →

Business plans: 5 reasons why every small business needs one

So you want to start a small business. You’ve got a great idea. You’ve got passion and enthusiasm. You’ve even got… Read More →

4 ways a business consultant can help you grow your business

If your business has been operating for a while then chances are it’s doing pretty well. But like most things in life, there&r… Read More →