The recently released September Quarter 2018 Sensis Business Index has revealed SMEs’ ability to access finance is at a five-year low.
FENCiT members need their tools and equipment to do their job.
More than 100 Queenslanders a day found work in January 2019, with a total of 3,500 jobs created in Queensland in January 2019, according to ABS Labour Force Data.
The Property Council of Australia was pleased to participate in an industry roundtable on the impact of changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax.
It’s good news for SME’s looking to purchase new or second hand equipment.
“The Government should listen to the unanimous recommendations of the Senate Standing Committee on Economics, and the widespread warnings from industry, and rethink its proposed cuts to the Research and Development Tax Incentive (R&DTI),” Australian Industry Group Chief Executive Innes Willox said.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) announced that people impacted by the recent floods in North Queensland will be granted extra time to deal with their tax affairs.
Master Builders Australia has announced the establishment of new national excellence awards to celebrate and encourage business success and best practice.
Customers affected by the recent floods in Queensland or bushfires in Tasmania are able to access assistance from their bank, which can include deferred loans payments, waiving fees and charges and assisting with debt consolidation.
Medibank and ahm are offering support for flood-affected customers in Townsville and surrounding areas, with eligible customers able to suspend their policy for up to 2 years or receive financial support to cover the cost of their premiums for up to 3 months.