It’s quite common, especially at Christmas time, for employers to give small gifts to their employees as well as 3rd parties such as clients, suppliers, customers, contractors etc. These gifts typically take the form of bottles of wine, movie tickets, gift vouchers etc. The tax treatment of these gifts from an employer standpoint, depends upon
Increasingly many employers prefer to treat workers as contractors as it can enable them to cut costs in terms of workers compensation, payroll taxes and superannuation guarantee. They can also negotiate pay rates outside of normal wages and conditions, and do not withhold tax.
However, it is not sufficient to simply state that the parties
Wondering about the options for marketing your business? There are numerous online and offline ways to promote your business, including networking, direct and indirect marketing, radio advertising, printed material and social media. Ideally, it makes sense to utilise a variety of the above methods in your strategies. For more information on this topic, see our
Any business owner knows that having cash on hand is vital when running an enterprise. In fact you don’t even have to be a business owner to be aware of this – running a household is probably enough to convince you.
It has probably become a bit of a cliché by now that businesses that fail to plan, plan to fail. Cliché or not though it remains pretty much fact – that without an initial business plan and ongoing planning and budgeting, any business is likely to lose its way, and possibly spend a lot of