Is your next purchase a vehicle, machine or more equipment for your business?
For those FENCiT members who run their business from an office or showroom, you face a whole range of other exposures and risks that need to be protected by an insurance policy.
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.
All fencing businesses will need public liability insurance. But how much cover do you need?
“SMEs across the country will welcome the announcement by the Prime Minister of the planned extension for the 2019-20 year of instant asset write-off arrangements for Australian SMEs and a raising of the threshold from $20,000 to $25,000,” Innes Willox, Chief Executive of Ai Group, said.
Six simple steps to designing your farm fence by Waratah Fencing.
More than 300 drivers lost their licences due to double demerit points over the festive season, prompting a warning ahead of the 2019 Australia Day long weekend.
As a fencing contractor, you are responsible for third party bodily injury and property damage that occurs due to your activity or that of your business.
The biggest issues facing small business when it comes to public holidays is balancing competing priorities such as, cashflow, customer expectations, and managing staff says Senior Employment Relations Adviser from Employsure, Jonathan Wilson.