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Editor's Note

Thursday 15 March

By Oliver Milman
Thursday, 15 March 2012

Oliver MilmanToday on StartupSmart, we have a word of warning if you are planning to plough investment into your business based on an upcoming tax deduction.

As tax guru Greg Hayes explains, end of financial year deductions may appear tempting, but it’s important that you think long-term about your business before going on a spending spree.

Today, Hayes identifies the three key questions you need to ask yourself before you take advantage of a tax break.

Elsewhere, web entrepreneur Dean Ramler has some tips on how to ensure your business partner pulls his or her weight and Polly McGee outlines five steps to avoid feeling overwhelmed in your start-up.
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