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Can an Irrevocable Trust be Terminated?
Are you dealing with an irrevocable trust? Do you want to terminate it? Read this article to find out whether you can terminate an irrevocable trust.
Your Guide to Single Touch Payroll (STP)
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a new way of reporting tax & superannuation information to the ATO. This comprehensive guide provides a brief overview of STP.
5 Tips for Managing Your Finances as a Sole Trader
Starting a new business is challenging for anyone, especially for a sole trader. Read more to find out tips about managing your finances as a sole trader.
How to Become a Marriage Celebrant (2019 Update)
Marriage celebrants are more in demand than ever. Find out how to become one and what you'll have to do as a marriage celebrant in this guide.
Can I Run Multiple Businesses From Home?
Although it is hard to run multiple businesses from home, it can be done. Keep reading to find out how you can manage them.
5 Strategies to Resolve Conflict in the Workplace (2019 Update)
Learn the basic steps you can use to smooth over conflicts in the workplace and how these steps can improve workplace relations moving forward.
How Do Intellectual Property Laws Apply to Online Content?
Intellectual property laws protect the rights and creations of individuals. Keep reading to find out how this applies to online content.
Can Employees Be Paid a Flat Hourly Rate?
Paying employees a flat hourly rate can be appealing to a business. Keep reading to find out if employers can pay these rates.
Should I Have a Business Website or is Social Media Sufficient?
All companies should have a business website as well as have a social media presence. Keep reading to find out why this is essential.
How to write an Expression of Interest (2019 Update)
The tender process can seem daunting for new businesses. Learn what an expression of interest is and how to write a convincing one here.
What is a Statement of Grounds and Particulars?
All you need to know about submitting a Statement of Grounds and Particulars to initiate proceedings against a trademark being registered.
Can Employers Run Police Checks On Job Applicants?
Police checks can be an important part of the recruitment process. However, there are certain legal requirements that you must follow.
What Is A Deed Of Priority?
It's likely you'll come across an important legal document known as a Deed of Priority at some point. Read more about what they are and how they work here.
What is a Client Agreement?
A client agreement will protect your rights, limit your liability and prevent unnecessary disputes. Learn more about client agreement here.
How Can I Protect My Intellectual Property As A Freelancer?
Protecting your intellectual property as a freelancer is important. Follow our C-R-E-A-T-I-V-E acronym guide to find out how.
6 Tips on How to Best Promote Your Business
This guide will go through some easy and affordable marketing methods to help the growth and promotion of your business.
What Is The Right Of Survivorship?
The right of survivorship is an important part of joint tenancy. Read more about when and how this may apply to you and your property in this guide.
What business structure is right for you?
Take our interactive business quiz to find out what business structure suits your needs.Take quiz
If you run an online business in Australia, it's likely that you will have to comply with the GDPR. Read about what that means here.
Want to protect the most valuable assets your business owns? Find out how to design and implement an effective IP strategy in this eGuide.
On probation but want to resign? Although probationary periods are common when starting a new job, the notice you are required to give when leaving varies.
Running a business inevitably involves spending money. If you want to raise money for your business, this eBook will show you how.