Cashless society: two sides to every coin
Australia is hurtling towards being a cashless society at a startling rate, with some pointing out that if the current trend were to continue it could be as soon as 2022
How to avoid unwanted ATO attention
Nobody wants to attract unwanted scrutiny from the ATO. Tax audits can be stressful and potentially costly.
Throwing yourself in deep to improve productivity
A smartphone buzzes in your pocket. Ten tabs sit stagnant in your browser. Unopened emails, newsfeeds and gifs all claw for your attention.
Taking philanthropy to the next level
Australians are generous when it comes to opening their wallet for a good cause.
Australian property market cooling down
The Australian housing market appears to have reached a turning point, with prices falling 2.2 per cent since peaking in September 2017.
Protect your business against risk
In June 2018, promising Melbourne start-up Unlockd went into voluntary administration blaming Google
Plugging in to technology stocks
On August 2, Apple became the world’s first company to reach US$1 trillion in market value.
Young invincibles – the importance of insurance
When you are young, healthy and just starting your working life the last thing on your mind is life insurance.
Lessons from the ‘rich list’
Most people who are intent on building their personal and business finances know there is no quick road to wealth. While some people dream about their lucky numbers finally being called, others are making every day count. Of course, not everyone can make it onto the Forbes rich list, and some individuals rise to wealth […]
Weighing up the cost of risk – insuring your business
Running your own business can be rewarding, but there is also risk involved when you put your own money and reputation on the line. What would you do if your shop was destroyed by fire, a client sued over advice you gave, or your business was disrupted for months in the aftermath of a freak […]