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Rise of tap and go slugs bottom lines

Rise of tap and go slugs bottom lines

Small businesses are bearing the brunt of consumers' appetites for contactless payment.

  • by Cara Waters

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Biggest change since GST: Electronic payroll system sparks concerns
Chris Jordan

Biggest change since GST: Electronic payroll system sparks concerns

Businesses are scrambling to digitise their wage systems as the Tax Office rolls out Single Touch Payroll.

  • by Cara Waters
The Australian businesses fighting payments fraud
Startups

The Australian businesses fighting payments fraud

Businesses haven't kept up with the many ways third parties can scam them out of cash - these startups are helping.

  • by Emma Koehn
'Devastating blow': Homewares business hit by apparent email scam
Scam

'Devastating blow': Homewares business hit by apparent email scam

Sage and Clare owner Phoebe Bell says she feels 'stupid and naive' after paying $10,000 into what she thought was a supplier's account.

  • by Emma Koehn
Small business challenger bank Judo raises $140 million
Banking products

Small business challenger bank Judo raises $140 million

Judo Capital's first funding round has been oversubscribed as investors get behind the challenger bank.

  • by Cara Waters
Reducing the risk of operating a business from home
Managing

Reducing the risk of operating a business from home

If your home will be visited by customers you should seriously think about changing from a sole trader to a company.

  • by Max Newnham
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Funding no longer on tap for growing micro brewery as royal commission bites
Entrepreneur

Funding no longer on tap for growing micro brewery as royal commission bites

Brick Lane Brewing is one of many mid-size businesses that have struggled to get funding.

  • by Cara Waters
Beware the risks that come with fixed interest investments

Beware the risks that come with fixed interest investments

It’s even more dangerous for investors to put all their eggs in the one basket.

  • by Daryl Dixon
West Perth Falcons call in administrators as mounting debts bite
WA sport

West Perth Falcons call in administrators as mounting debts bite

West Perth Football Club has accepted a $250,000 loan from the WA Football Commission to continue playing in the 2018 WAFL season.

  • by Cameron Myles
The two-edged sword of family trust distributions
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Analysis

The two-edged sword of family trust distributions

The trustee of a discretionary trust can choose which family members they distribute the net income to each year.

  • by Max Newnham
Bridging the gender investing gap for female entrepreneurs
Entrepreneur

Bridging the gender investing gap for female entrepreneurs

Along with the gender pay gap, females also suffer from the gender investing gap.

  • by Cara Waters