Improve your work-life balance with these 5 tips: 1) Take holidays 2) Stay healthy, exercise 3) Learn to delegate, don't try and do it all 4) Get regular medical check-ups 5) Switch off (switching off emails at the weekends is a good place to start!)
We'd like to wish everyone a safe and Merry Christmas! 2020 was not what we predicted, but we made it through! We're looking forward to working with you again in 2021 - whatever it brings!
It's a great time to make new habits! From more sleep and exercise to reading or meditation... what will you consciously do these holidays to get balance and start 2021 in form? One day or Day One - you decide
Holiday breaks are a time to re-charge for the year ahead. However, for business owners, is a stressful time for cash-flow. Have you got the strategies in place to ensure you are in the best financial position this year?
Throwing a remote party for your staff this year? We can tell you what claim when you give gifts and provide food and entertainment at a party. Tax rules still apply to remote parties! Start planning now to celebrate the year.
How do you set attainable sales targets in a crisis? We’ll talk you through your business aims, profit goals, and historic sales performance, to set targets that truly deliver on your goals.
Planning a Christmas party? Giving gifts to clients and suppliers? Paying a Christmas bonus? Talk to us to see if you can claim all or part of the cost as business expenses. Don’t get caught out by tricky entertainment rules!
James Clear’s book, Atomic Habits, is a #Gamechanger. If you struggle to make habits stick, stop focusing on habit outcomes and consciously adapt your identity to be the person that aligns with your habit.
Are your accounting fees a cost that should be cut or a sound business investment? Reach out to hear how we can add REAL value to your business!
New rules for super contributions, age limits, and the work test mean older workers can keep making contributions. Time to review your super plans? We’ll help you make the most of your allowable super contributions.