Tips for switching off during the holidays

The holiday season is once again here, and with it comes time to relax, focus on family and friends and take stock in what is really important in life. Unless you’re a small business owner. Every small business owner knows that being away from the office can be just as stressful as being in it. Phone calls from employees dealing with a minor crisis will pull your focus from your…  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

Workable New Year resolutions

New Year resolutions – we’ve all made them, and broken them − often before the end of January. There’s something about New Year celebrations that makes us yearn for a fresh start, but is there a way to make that desire for change more permanent? Here’s a twist that can make your resolutions more durable, more beneficial and less prone to that embarrassing quick fade. Align goals to your business…  Read more

Market Wrap

Each month we publish Market Wrap, a summary of the previous month’s economic highlights. Read our Market Wrap for December 2019                                                                Read more

Super Guarantee Amnesty

Scroll down for a calculated example of how the cost of not reporting can escalate. SG amnesty announced As an employer if you have ever considered a review of your superannuation guarantee (SG) obligations, now is the ideal time to take action. In fact, if you think you may have unpaid or underpaid SG payments, it is critical that you self report within the next six months to avoid harsh…  Read more

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