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Wednesday, 9 September 2015

“Fail fast”: MoneyBrilliant’s Peter Lord on why you should quit your job

When Peter Lord quit his well-paying and stable corporate job to found virtual financial advisor MoneyBrilliant, he thought he was going to change the world. by Kye White

Thursday, 6 August 2015

Russian hackers target Australian investors

Small businesses that are also share trading account holders are being urged to take care of their passwords and online security following a cyber-attack on the online accounts of retail investors this week. by Renee Thompson

Friday, 31 July 2015

Weeding negativity out of a field of tall poppies

Our company has a mission: to defy the tall poppy syndrome and celebrate being all you can be. by Finn Kelly

Friday, 17 July 2015

The Big Apple test: Values make decisions easy

Having clear values for your company makes big decisions easier to make. by Finn Kelly

ATO commissioner acknowledges “teething problems” with online services but promises better for small business

The commissioner of the Australian Taxation Office has defended the organisation’s online systems after they buckled under the weight of too many individuals trying to complete their tax returns from July 1. by Broede Carmody

Friday, 10 July 2015

Seven ways to smash through the bank lending ceiling

Here are seven effective strategies every investor can use to help boost their borrowing capacity. by Michael Yardney

Friday, 3 July 2015

Why we raised a small round (and why you should think about doing it too)

Raises of $2 million are more commonly associated with startups who have an idea and some validation but no real product or revenue yet. So, what’s the deal with raising a comparatively small amount of money? by Geoff McQueen

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

More uncertainty for small business owners as government reaches deal with Greens on pension asset test

The federal government has struck a deal with the Greens to push through its budget commitment to deliver $2.4 billion in savings through reform to the pension asset test. by Kirsten Robb

Thursday, 4 June 2015

Warren Buffett is no longer the second richest person in the world: Meet his successor, Amancio Ortega

He’s now the second richest person in the world but most people have never heard of Amancio Ortega. by Eloise Keating
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