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23 June 2021 – The U-Factor: Bouncing back in 2021!

Complimentary seminar: What the smart businesses are doing to make the most of their opportunities RIGHT NOW   Wednesday 23 June 2021 5.30 – 7.00pm AdviceCo. Offices – Albany Street, North Gosford Complimentary – valued at $189 per person   Name First Last Business Name (If Applicable) Suburb of Business Email* Phone*PhoneAdditional Attendee Additional Attendee…

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Federal Budget – interpreting the tax savings

Small Business Owner

Small businesses and individuals face a long list of tax legislation changes now and later as we venture into what the Federal Government has dubbed ‘Australia’s recovery’ from the economic impact of COVID-19. Here’s a snapshot of the major things you need to know, and some tips on how to stay smart and sharp with…

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Northern Beaches small business hardship grant

Northern beaches business

A note to our Northern Beaches clients and business friends from the NSW State Government: Your business could be eligible to receive the NSW Government’s Northern Beaches small business hardship grant. The one-off grant is available for eligible small businesses or not-for-profits impacted by the Public Health Order COVID restrictions last December. The first tier of $3000 is for…

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Keen to invest and not sure where to start?

investment decisions

Many Australians are feeling confident in the current market to invest, and you may be keen to get involved. If you’re starting out as an investor, the amount of information can be a little overwhelming. This article will help you to gather some general background information about the different asset classes of cash, property, shares…

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Federal Budget 2021/2022

2021 Federal Budget

On Tuesday 11 May 2021, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg handed down the 2021 Federal Budget on Tuesday, his 3rd Budget. The Australian economy has rebounded at its fastest pace on record over the latter half of 2020. Nevertheless, 2021-22 Federal Budget deficit is $161 billion, which is $53 billion lower than what was initially projected in…

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