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How to sell your small business in Australia

While the sale of each small business is unique, there are several considerations and well-established steps you can take to find the right deal. If you are ready to sell your business, consider the following steps.

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Franchise your business

How to turn your small business into a franchise in Australia

Australia today is arguably one of the major players in the world of franchising with estimates that there are more franchise systems per capita than any other country. If you are looking at how to franchise your small business in Australia, this guide will help you.

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Small Business Super Business Newsreel – June 2021

This special edition includes an interview with a long-term friend of the Fund, Andrew Nicholl, CEO of the Australian Trainer’s Association.

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2021 Federal Budget

2021/22 Federal Budget This summary of the Federal Budget announcements highlights key changes for investors and advisers, particularly in superannuation, and provides commentary on the macro-economic view. May 2021 Superannuation update Minimum Superannuation Guarantee (SG) threshold scrapped The Government will remove the current $450 per month minimum income threshold for compulsory minimum SG contributions, with […]

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Buying an existing business, business deal

How To Buy An Existing Small Business in Australia in 2021

A key reason why some people consider buying an existing business aside from the existing infrastructure is the ongoing cash flow. However, buying a small business isn’t as easy as shaking hands with the owner. In Australia, there are steps and processes that you have to go through to get that business.

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Small Business Super Business Newsreel – April 2021

The Small Business Super Business Newsreel by the Nationwide Super team. April 2021 edition. For this update, we’re going back to basics and covering a six-point checklist of your main super obligations as an employer.

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