This episode with Ed Chan of WIZE Mentoring will look at the marketing of accounting practices by using one firm as an example - Chan & Naylor.
The ideal team structure for your practice depends on fee volume you manage. In this episode Ed will discuss the ideal team structure to manage a $1m in fees.
Your firm's success depends on finding the right team structure for your accounting and tax practice. Ed Chan of WIZE Mentoring will tell you more.
In 2013 Chan & Naylor lifted its revenue by 42.8% to $18.6m by focusing on three pillars of growth. Ed Chan will tell you more.
In this episode Simon Dorevitch of A & A Tax Legal Consulting in Melbourne will tell you how the so-called Netflix tax actually works.
Growing your practice is not a spectator sport. DO - don’t just talk. Here is Alistair Marshall in Sydney with more.
Your practice survival depends on you being able to find and attract clients. Alistair Marshall will share five insights with you in this episode.
Low value imported goods used to be exempt from GST. Not any more. Simon Dorevitch of A & A Tax Legal Consulting will tell you how this changed and what this means for you.
Downsizer contributions are turning out to be more popular than many thought - including us. To learn more, we asked Daniel Mikhail of Partners Wealth Group to walk us through the details.
Managed funds have become household names. But how exactly do they work? Here is Daniel Mikhail of Partners Wealth Group with some answers.
In this episode Daniel Mikhail of Partners Wealth Group in Sydney will walk you through the ins and outs of wrap and managed accounts.
You pay GST on taxable importations but get it back if a creditable importation. Here is Simon Dorevitch of A & A Tax Legal Consulting with more.
Tax effective structuring is not a one-size-fits all. Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney will walk you through the options you have.
How to set up a related party LRBA without triggering a dividend? Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney will give you the answer.
How exactly does this work when an SMSF buys property jointly as tenants in common? Andrew Henshaw of Velocity Legal in Sydney has the answer.
In this episode Liam Shorte of Verante in Castle Hill gives an Investment 101 crash course. If you are an investment guru, skip this episode.
SMSF investment strategies will receive a lot more limelight going forward. Liam Shorte of Verante in Castle Hill will tell you why.
Mental health issues can hit any of us – at any time - when we least expect it. So we should talk about it. Tim Hoopmann is doing just that.
An SMSF can only borrow through an LRBA. Peter Bobbin of Argyle Lawyers in Sydney will tell you more and answer your questions.
SMSF joint property acquisitions are one way to circumvent a lack of cash within an SMSF as Peter Bobbin of Argyle Lawyers in Sydney will tell you.
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