Have you ever been told to “burn the ships”? Probably not. However you have possibly been told to “take the plunge” or “take a leap of faith”. To “burn the ships” is not new but I believe it resonates more today than ever before with entrepreneurs and business owners alike.
But you’ve reached a point where you’re either tired of wasting money on rent or sick of living with mum and dad. So, what do you do now?
That’s why it’s important to have a trusted advisor that will be pro-active when it comes to getting the most value out of an organisation, says Hood Sweeney’s Head of Accounting Scott Young.
It might seem simple to park your savings in a retail or industry superannuation fund if you are an employee or to invest in property as your nest egg if you are a business owner but are you making the most out of your retirement assets?
Starting an innovative small-to-medium business (SME) might start with a Eureka moment and an innovative idea but the real key to success lies in getting the most from your investment.