Jail Time for Employers who don’t pay super

Employers who fail to pay super entitlements to their employees, under the Tax Office’s direction, will be subject to court-ordered financial penalties as well as up to 12 months’ imprisonment. And directors of companies that don’t pay super will come in for special attention with a “director identification number” to help the Tax Office identify those directors who are…
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Introducing Amazon Go

General, Spending
  Did you ever watch the Jetsons and think we would be shopping like them one day? Well, the future of shopping seems to be heading that way…  Seattle: Amazon opens its checkout-free grocery store to the public on Monday after more than a year of testing, moving forward on an experiment that could chance bricks-and-mortar…
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The Garis Group

The Garis Group TV Show – Episode 1

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We are very excited to share with you our very first Garis Group TV. This month we get to talk all things business!   https://garis.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/GARIS_Episode1_V2_WO-1.mp4   We live in an ever changing business environment and as we all know, mobile technology has seen such a major advancement over the last 5 years. At The Garis Group,…
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Jobs & The Economy

The Sydney Morning Herald has released an interesting Commerce student Nick Skerritt is looking forward to working in Sydney’s booming finance sector, which will make up 21 per cent of Sydney’s economy in 2026. Photo: Janie Barrett It’s already the biggest game in town. But by 2026 Sydney’s banking and finance sector will account for…
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STAR WARS: 10 LESSONS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES

As expected, the new Star Wars film, Star Wars: Episode VII–The Force Awakens proved to be big business at the box office. While the film series has been around for nearly 40 years and is a multi-million franchise, there are many lessons that small business owners can learn from it. Here are ten of them!…
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TAX TIPS FOR PROPERTY INVESTORS 2017

  As we approach the end of the 2017 financial year, property investors should consider some measures to minimize the amount of tax that they pay and to prepare for the 2017/18 financial year. We will outline some tips below and if you wish to discuss any of these items further please call us on…
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