About the webinar

Starting a business is a big decision, and requires careful research and planning. To begin with, you need to figure out what type of business you’re going to be operating and design a structure to suit that business type.


You’ll need to think about the premises from which you’re going to run your business, as well as the most appropriate billing, paying and record-keeping systems for it.


Also vital is knowing what your tax obligations will be.


Now in a free webinar, sponsored by Business Victoria, our expert speaker will help you discover what your tax and superannuation obligations are going to be, and whether or not you need to register your business.


Join StartupSmart editor Kye White and Deputy Registrar of the Business Reporting and Registration (BRR) agency Mark Jackson as they examine the challenges faced when it comes to these issues.


This webinar will help you:

  • Make sound choices about tax and super responsibilities;
  • Provide an overview of support options and tips;
  • Unpack the tax essentials for your understanding;
  • Illustrate potential challenges, and more.

Download the slides from the presentation.


Kye White
Editor | StartupSmart
Kye White is the editor of StartupSmart. He began his career at a Fairfax daily on the North-West Coast of Tasmania. He has since taken his belongings, and keen interest in technology, to Melbourne. He has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Political Science from the University of Tasmania and a Graduate Diploma in Journalism from RMIT University.
Mark Jackson
Deputy Registrar | BRR
Mark is the Deputy Registrar of the Business Reporting and Registration (BRR) agency, where he has whole-of-government responsibility for the Australian Business Register, AUSkey and the Standard Business Reporting Program. BRR works with government agencies to provide authoritative information and to assist in reducing the cost of compliance through the delivery of digital services to support business and government interactions including streamlined registration, authentication and reporting. Previously, Mark spent almost 30 years in the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) working at senior levels across a number of the ATO’s program areas including periods as the Deputy Commissioner of Excise, Superannuation and GST.