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Hiring Your First Employees: How to Leverage Early Hires to Promote Growth

Your company’s early hires have the potential to shape your business. They can improve operational capacity and efficiency…

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Tax Planning for 2021-22 & Beyond: Why, When & How to Implement Tax Planning Strategies

Tax planning takes advantage of lawful and strategic ways to minimise tax liabilities this financial year and in…

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The Strategic Planning Process with Sharp Accounting

An adage that we live by at Sharp Accounting is “If you fail to plan, you plan to…

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How to Buy a Commercial Property for Your Business

With commercial interest rates being incredibly low at the moment, many of our clients have asked us about…

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Lean Operations in 2022: What Waste and Profit Reviews Can Do For Your Business

There’s an old adage: “You need to spend money to make money.” It’s true, profitability and expenditure go…

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How Healthy is Your Business? It’s Time for a Business Health Check

For many business owners, the pandemic has disrupted ‘business as usual’. Budgeting and business planning have been put…

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Business Growth in The New Economy

A quick look at news headlines over the past 10 months (since we published our Business Outlook for…

By Ewen Fletcher on

Desk with some marketing text books, a plant, three pens, and a piece of paper that says 'marketing strategy' with an iron over the top left of the crinkled page to symbolise ironing out the creases in a marketing strategy that aligns with your financial goals.

Aligning Your Marketing Strategy With Your Financial Goals

Aligning your marketing strategy with your financial goals helps ensure your actions are focused and impactful. But for…

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Business Outlook for 2021: Optimism and Opportunities for Small & Medium-Sized Australian Businesses

There’s plenty of reason to be optimistic about 2021 – especially since the business outlook is better than you might think.

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JobMaker Hiring Credits

If your business hired employees after 6 October, 2020 then you may be eligible for the JobMaker Hiring Credits…

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