How AI will affect your small business’s insurance needs

13 June

While artificial intelligence has been around for years, the launch of ChatGPT in late 2022 pushed the technology straight to the top of many business agendas.  Today, Australian enterprises of all stripes and sizes are pondering the $64 million...[Read More]

What are the high-priority insurances when you’re starting a business?

13 June

When you’re going out alone for the first time, there’s lots to organise and even more to pay for.  While it is not always at the top of an entrepreneur’s To-Do list, ensuring you have the right insurance cover is critical. It can help...[Read More]

Overview about business record-keeping requirements so you meet your tax, superannuation and registration obligations.

13 June

You are legally required to keep records of all transactions relating to your tax, superannuation and registration affairs as you start, run, sell, change or close your business. This includes: any documents related to your business’s income and...[Read More]

Permit for Airbnbs amid housing crisis crack down

13 June

Property owners will be forced to acquire a permit to operate an Airbnb in Brisbane amid the impact of short-stay accommodation on housing supply. Brisbane Lord Mayor Adrian Schrinner will introduce a system to regulate the rise in Airbnb in the...[Read More]

Spotlight on long COVID as millions spent on research

12 June

Australians suffering long-term impacts from COVID-19 could soon receive answers as the government spends nearly $15 million to research the enigmatic symptoms. Though many people who catch COVID-19 recover within a few weeks, some continue to...[Read More]

Electric cars are not the only fix for green transport

12 June

Australia can’t rely entirely on electric vehicles to reduce transport emissions to safe levels and governments must pursue other ways to cut pollution from the sector. Monash University’s Climateworks Centre made the finding in modelling...[Read More]

Oh what a feeling! Toyota petrol cars end of the road

12 June

Nine popular vehicles will no longer be sold as petrol cars in Australia after Toyota announced plans to move to more environmentally friendly technology. The major automaker revealed the change on Wednesday, announcing that customer demand for...[Read More]

Maximize Your Tax Savings with a Strategic Superannuation Contribution

6 June

In the current financial landscape, it's essential to make smart financial decisions to optimize your tax savings and enhance your retirement savings. At Leading Advice, we recommend making a strategic personal deductible contribution to your...[Read More]

Super and tax – what’s changing on 1 July 2024 Here’s a quick rundown of the latest law changes.

6 June

They say nothing is certain in life except two things – death and taxes. Australians can probably add a third – the knowledge that come the end of financial year, the rules around superannuation and taxation will inevitably change. It can be...[Read More]

Turning 60 in 2024/25?

6 June

Here’s what you need to know Your preservation age is the age you can start to access your super. It’s between 55 and 60, depending on when you were born. So, if you’re born after 1 July 1964 and you’re turning 60 in the 2024/25 financial...[Read More]

Top 10 tips to improve your job interview responses

6 June

Preparing for an interview involves carefully planning your responses. Certain words, although seemingly positive, are best avoided.    Some are clichéd and overused, while others may unintentionally downplay your abilities. Hiring managers have...[Read More]

7 Countries Where You Can Afford to Retire by the Beach

6 June

Retiring to a serene place by the beach is a dream for many. The recent years of global upheaval have intensified the desire to escape the daily grind and resettle in an ideal location.    For many, life by the beach represents that ideal.   In...[Read More]

Easy Ways to Start (or Restart) a Fitness Regime in Your 60s

6 June

If you’re over 60, regular exercise is essential for maintaining health, energy, and independence. It reduces the risk of serious conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, and osteoporosis.    However, starting or restarting a fitness regime...[Read More]

Tips to cut down on household energy consumption

6 June

As a homeowner, you’re likely aware of the increasing costs associated with household energy consumption. This is why cutting down on energy use can mean big savings. In addition to the financial benefits, reducing electricity use can help to...[Read More]

What is premium funding and how can it help small businesses?

6 June

If you’re facing cash-flow challenges and are worried about how you’re going to pay for your insurance, premium funding may be able to help. It works by having a funding company pay the full premium of your policy on your behalf to the insurer...[Read More]