Category: Business

Five habits to let go of now you’re a consultant

Habit 1: Being laissez-faire about deadlines We all know about deadlines when working in the public sector. With the best intention in the world, often the most certainty you can have about them is they are likely to blow out....

Aust shares sink as $A aims at US80 cents

The Australian share market has closed weaker, led into the red by retreating financial and energy stocks, while the Australian dollar continued its upward run towards US 80 cents.

Stadium crowd cap yet to be decided

The state government will determine the extent of a cap on crowd attendance at Optus Stadium for a potential Big Bash League semi-final after this weekend’s community day, which will help it determine the capacity of...

LNG Australia’s third biggest export

LNG was Australia’s third biggest export in 2017, passing gold and education, as production at the Chevron Gorgon operation continued to ramp up, according to consultancy Energy Quest.

Liv Apartments recognised for sustainability

A Defence Housing Australia apartment project in Fremantle has become the state’s third property development to be recognised as a One Planet Community, under the international Bioregional program.

Bellamy’s Share Price 21% Higher and Rising

Shares of Bellamy’s Australia Ltd [ASX:BAL] gained a whopping 21.44% today. Shares were trading at $13.31 at time of writing. What caused the share price increase? The post Bellamy’s Share Price 21% Higher and Rising...

Central Banks Still Behind the Curve

Right now, pass the cash parcel is in full swing, and central banks are only very timidly trying to reduce the size of the parcel. That’s basically why you’ve seen the US stock market rise unimpeded for the past two...

2018: The Year Aussie Retail Collapses

Over the past three years, we’ve seen brand after brand crumble — without even mentioning retailers in receivership. 2018 may be the year that Aussie retail finally falls flat on its face. But there’s enough...

Protecting honest business

We protect honest businesses and identify those gaining an unfair advantage by not paying their fair share of tax. One of our focus areas is businesses that deal largely in cash transactions as this provides dishonest businesses...

Details you need to report

Organisations that process transactions for their business clients via an electronic payment system are required to report these transactions in a ‘Business transactions through payment systems’ report.

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