Promising news for SMEs this week: supply chain financing provider Greensill has given late-paying companies formal notice that it will ditch them if they continue to extend their payment terms beyond 30 days.
You’ve probably heard the federal government is giving $25,000 grants to eligible Australians looking to build or substantially renovate their homes. Today we’ll look at what that means for first home buyers when combined with state and territory schemes.
Great news for small business owners: the federal government has extended the $150,000 instant asset write-off to 31 December 2020, but you’ll need to act asap if you want to make use of the scheme this financial year.
Two months and counting (down). That’s how long your business has to make use of the $150,000 instant asset write off before the end-of-financial-year June 30 deadline.
Here’s a bit of welcome news for mortgage holders: Australia’s record-low cash rate is likely to remain in place until 2023, according to leading economic and property experts.
You might have heard that the federal government will give eligible Australians $25,000 to build or substantially renovate homes as part of the new HomeBuilder scheme. Today we’ll look at who exactly can qualify for the initiative.
Got your eye on a shiny new vehicle for your business thanks to the $150,000 instant asset write-off? We’ve got the answers to the FAQs many business owners are asking ahead of the looming EOFY deadline.
A survey for Ernst & Young by Quantum Market Research found that 65% of borrowers were looking to be rewarded for loyalty with lower fees and better rates. However, a third of potential switchers admitted that they gave up because there were too many choices to wade through and because… Read more