Australia

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  • Service: Private Enterprise, Private Companies, Family Business, Individuals
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 7/03/2014

The Business Adviser

The Business Adviser
Our regular newsletter for the private and family business sector highlighting recent taxation, superannuation and legislative changes.

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The Business Adviser: March 2014 

It never ceases to amaze the breadth of issues our Private Enterprise clients have to face. The issues covered in this edition are as wide and varied from economic factors, to social media, to privacy amendment and, of course, the seemingly never-ending taxation and superannuation changes.
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Articles

  • Going for growth – economic outlook
    The current state and future outlook for the Australian economy.
  • New government, new Sherriff in town
    An overview of proposed tax changes, understand the key measures and its impact on family business.
  • Having a ‘family office’ manage diversification risk
    Develop a strategy that is directed towards ‘risk’ management rather than just ‘diversification’ of asset ownership.
  • Wills and superannuation update
    An up-to-date and valid will which takes into consideration your current intentions and circumstances.
  • The social media juggernaut
    Understand the impact of social media on marketing, communications, information, education, entertainment and sales.
  • Bare all or bare minimum: Business responsibility for private information
    As of 12 March 2014, privacy compliance requirements will step up another notch and organisations will need to be adjust for this.
 

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Private Enterprise

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Successful mid-market businesses typically find their internal resources are fully stretched. New and complex financial, operational, compliance and risk management issues can slip under the radar.