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Super for small business - Advantages of being a horse trainer

Advantages of Being a Horse Trainer

Horse training is considered a growth industry, and is an industry where you don’t need a formal education to be successful. You do need to love what you are doing and for the first few years observe what successful people do.

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Salary Sacrifice - Savings - Superannuation

Should I Salary Sacrifice Some Of My Super?

Making voluntary contributions to your super fund is a great way to boost your retirement savings and help grow your nest egg for retirement more rapidly. Contributing to your super could also limit the amount of taxes that you pay each year. But is it the right option for you?

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Buying a Newsagency

Buying a Newsagency Franchise — What’s Involved?

With some 4,000 newsagencies operating across Australia boasting turnover of $6 billion, the industry is not likely to disappear soon. Shoppers still prefer the convenience of popping into the neighbourhood store to grab a quick gift or stationery and envelopes to ordering online and waiting a few days for delivery. 

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Why is Superannuation compulsory in Australia?

In 1992, the government made superannuation compulsory to ensure that every working Australian saved for their retirement. The policy aimed to address the challenge of retirement income in three ways.

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How to afford retirement at 50

Five Tips to Help You Afford Retirement at 50

For many, the prospect of retiring by age 50 seems like nothing more than a dream. The cost of simply living day-to-day without being employed in the labour force is enough to keep people working well past age 50, but with the right planning, preparation, savings habits and attitude, retiring by 50 can be an attainable goal.

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Superannuation for Minors

Superannuation for Minors: How Does It Work?

Superannuation for Minors: How Does It Work? For most employees, Australian businesses are required to pay an employee super on top of that person’s wages, if the employee earns more than $450 (before taxes) in a calendar month. If your company has employees who are under 18 years of age, or if  they are a […]

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