Planning

Burning the ships

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.

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Five tips for buying your first home

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?

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Failure to plan means SMEs are failing to thrive

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.

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Self Managed Super Funds offer flexibility and produce best results with professional support

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?

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Tips for start-ups

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.

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Tax and retirement

They say that death and taxes are the main constants in life, and while 70 might be the new 60, there’s no avoiding the complex tax issues associated with ageing.

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