When the financial year ends, and the new one begins, it’s an important time for reflection and planning. What are you going to do differently?
The ATO has just published the list of taxpayers that will be under the spotlight this year…. could you be one of them?
When disaster strikes, you want to know you can count on your insurance. That’s why it’s important to know what cover you’ve got, and review it regularly.
Most Christmas parties go off without a hitch. But it’s important to acknowledge that any number of things could go wrong. So plan your celebrations carefully. Above all, make sure you’re appropriately insured.
If you sell a ‘product’, then it is important to protect your business against any claims of damage or injury that could potentially arise from these products.
If ever there was a case for business interruption insurance it was in 2017 when cyclone Debbie ravaged through the Whitsundays, and left severe floods in her wake right down the Queensland coast into northern New South Wales.
When you’re starting out as a small business, there are so many things to consider …
And insurance should be top of your list.
Workers’ Compensation Insurance is compulsory insurance for all Australian businesses that employ staff.
When you’re considering long-term insurance cover, like life insurance, it’s important to know the difference between level and stepped premiums.
These kinds of personal insurances are ones we really don’t like to talk about. But it’s important to consider what would happen if you died.