Succession planning – realising the wealth of your business

By Mark Calvetti on 13/11/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Without a succession plan in place or clear direction, you’re missing out on opportunities to drive growth, reduce taxes or set the stage for retirement. Succession planning shouldn’t just take place when retirement is in sight. For business owners it should be a vital part of their strategy – even...
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Don’t underestimate the implications of AASB 16 leases

By Timothy Maclean and Rainer Ahrens on 13/11/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Since the new leases standard – AASB 16 – came into effect earlier this year, it’s presented several operational challenges with entities now needing to recognise all assets and liabilities arising for all leases, with limited exceptions. These exceptions include short-term leases and leases of low value assets. Expectations Short-term...
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Is your Financial Reporting up to standard?

By William Buck on 13/11/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

The William Buck Financial Reporting series has wrapped up for the year, providing finance professionals with the latest insights to help their business. Covering various topics including changes in accounting standards, ATO’s tax insights and the latest trends in merger and acquisitions. Attendees heard first hand from William Buck’s industry...
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Succession Planning for your Business

By Mark Calvetti on 13/11/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

At some point in the lifecycle of every business (e.g. the retirement of the owner/ founder, personal issues, market circumstances, etc.), you must consider your business’ succession. Deciding the best options for the future is both an important and sensitive issue. Often, the owner or founder has a strong emotional...
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2019 Venture Capital Report

By William Buck on 13/11/19 - Mins to read: 3 minutes

Venture Capital investment in Australia reaches A$3 billion in 2018: William Buck 2019 Venture Capital Funding Report Key points in this release In the year ended 31 December 2018, the value which the Venture Capital (“VC”) groups invested in Australian deals grew by 122% to A$3 billion, compared to...
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