Last night Labor handed down its latest (and quite possibly last) federal budget. Here’s a look at some of the highlights and lowlights it contains for start-ups.
One of the things about the fine print is that it is often fixed in stone. So beware.
I was in Adelaide at the National Achievers Congress in Adelaide May 8-9, 2013 primarily to see Sir Richard Branson. Here’s what happened.
Getting motivated for the start of another week can be tough. Here are a few key tips to help you to overcome a low-energy period.
Be prepared for the big guys to come after you if you are successful, so ensure that whatever you offer will be sustainable with competition.
You’ve probably heard about entrepreneurs who build multi-billion dollar business empires on the computer in their parents’ garage. Well, for those of us who aren’t billionaires by grade four, there’s still hope.
The end of the financial year is near. If you don’t want to risk leaving your tax obligations to the last minute, here are five areas you need to start looking into.
When it comes to setting goals and tasks for yourself, there’s a dumb way and a SMART way of doing it.
There is no productivity booster quite like a clean desk. However, if your home office is buried under a pile of tax forms, there are six steps to get on top of it.
Recently, a young entrepreneur named Mark asked for some advice. The experience got me thinking about all the negative people who talk would-be entrepreneurs out of starting their own businesses.