Salary sacrificing super changes coming Jan 2020! *Important update*

Changes to Salary Sacrificing Super There’s been an important change to employee super guarantee calculations, in relation to employees who salary sacrifice part of their wage or salary into super, resulting in paying less tax. The following information is an update for employers. Please contact us if you would like to chat. What is it? Salary sacrificing super is when an employee can ‘sacrifice’ part of their salary or wages…  Read more

Enjoying a stress-free holiday

As a business owner it’s important to take time away from work. But worrying about whether staff are meeting deadlines and customers are happy translates to more stress and less time enjoying your holiday. With a little staff communication and planning beforehand, you needn’t worry that your business won’t be able to cope in your absence. If you really can’t switch off from work mode or something urgent pops up, technology can…  Read more

Small business end-of-year planning tips

With the holiday season nearly upon us, it’s wise to set aside some time to tie up loose ends so you can start the new year fresh, organized, and ready to roll. As you prioritize “must-do’s” before taking some well-earned time off, consider adding these end-of-year business activities to your list. Connect with your clients The holidays are a time of shared goodwill—a natural time to reach out to your…  Read more

Creative Gift Ideas for the Small Business Owner

Christmas is a demanding time for many people, but for the small business owner it can be downright stressful. Often you’re dealing with end-of-year fiscal matters, tying up loose ends if you’re closing for a few days, and dealing with all the ins and outs of planning a staff Christmas party. On top of all that, you’re likely worried about buying gifts for your loved ones and your employees. Often,…  Read more

Now & Next latest edition

New quarterly newsletter published by Count, designed to give you valuable insights into a range of different topics affecting your financial situation – both now and in the future. In the Summer edition we take a look at: Summer spending and five tips to avoid breaking the bank: Summer can be a time when we throw caution to the wind: by letting our hair down, kicking up our heels or soaking up…  Read more

What are your small business New Year resolutions?

The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to reflect on what’s working in your business, and to set some goals for the year ahead. As you kick back over the holidays, set aside some time to think about your recent achievements, and any current challenges. Think about your work style, too. If you’re like many small business owners, you may be guilty of bad habits that can…  Read more

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