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Superannuation As a Small Business Owner: Everything You Need To Know

If you’re looking at starting a small business, or are already running one, and have staff working for you – you have a lot on your plate. Find out everything you need to know about Superannuation as a small business owner, to make sure you don’t get penalised. Learn more.

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Talking About Super with My Employees

As a business owner, you have a lot going on – you are not only running a business but thinking about your own future as you get closer to retirement.  But it is also important to think about your employees.  You play a very important role in helping them prepare for their future by paying super. Learn more.

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Doing a Super Check as an Employer

Doing a super check is essential to make sure that you are doing everything you can, and are required to do, to help your employees be ready for their future. Find out how.

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Super for the Self-Employed

Super is a tax-effective way to save money for your retirement.  Contributions you make into super for yourself are taxed at fifteen percent, instead of your individual marginal tax rate (which can be much higher).  However, here are a few things you must remember.

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How Google Analytics Can Help my Small Business

Business owners need to understand their customers and what they need. There are many tools available to help you out, however Google Analytics is free and one of the best tools for the job. Learn more.

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5 Ways that Small Businesses Benefit from Hiring Freelancers

In the early stages of your business, you may find greater benefits from retaining freelancers than from hiring full- or even part-time employees. By retaining freelancers to handle the tasks that support the running of the business, such as bookkeeping, you can concentrate all of your efforts on the core value of your business. Learn more.

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