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yesterdayFriday, 24 October 2014

Public register for dodgy financial planners aims to clean up industry

Dodgy financial planners will soon be named and shamed on a public register, in a move to make the financial planning industry more transparent and protect businesses and individuals from poor advice. by Broede Carmody

Government dismisses calls for CBA royal commission; Qantas on track to turn a profit; Shares up on open: Midday roundup

The Government has ruled out establishing a royal commission into the Commonwealth Bank of Australia, reports Business Spectator. by Broede Carmody

How I overcame the tax jargon and got the R&D tax incentive: Tools for your grab at the cash

Alex Martell from online wine community Vinus says he knew the federal government’s Research and Development Tax Incentives would kick-start the growth of his business. by Kirsten Robb

The Yoko problem: How do I get my business partner’s girlfriend to keep her nose out of our business?

You might need to ask yourself if this is related to your complacency with how things are in the business. by Aunty B

yesterdayFriday, 24 October 2014

What Rachel Zoe knows about motherhood, business and style

One of the world's most famous stylists wants you to know that despite the designer threads and celebrity friends, she's just a normal person. by Juliette Saly

The online, instant loan market heats up with another player

Melbourne startup Moula has developed an online loan platform that helps small businesses get loans approved quickly. by Kye White

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Show’s over: Logistics company collapses into administration

Specialist transport and logistics company Australian Entertainment Logistics has collapsed into administration. by Cara Waters

What do I need to do to claim the R&D tax incentive?

If you are manufacturing or developing new or improved technical services, you could be eligible to make a claim for the R&D tax incentive. by Melanie Reen

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

Nathan Tinkler horse stud farm sales come with ATO mortgages

Everyone knows Harvey Norman co-founder Gerry Harvey will want to mop up the last of his debt, but the Australian Taxation Office will also be watching closely when the first of former mining magnate Nathan Tinkler's four stud farm auctions gets underway this Thursday. by Jonathan Chancellor and Paddy Manning
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