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Your Business Angels
The team at Your Business Angels will recommend the Your Business Angels SafeHarbour program that promotes a cultural change, planned reform in your business thatreinvigorates a company and helps the stakeholders move on a new path ofentrepreneurship. It also settles the business’s debts, creates a compliant and profitable business, and buildsor rebuilds a business to […]
As we advance to the journey back?
Are you going back to normal? What was normal, anyway? I just Googled “COVID normal”. It’s one of those times where a modern phrase or term hasn’t been defined in a blog, website, or article to appear on a Google search. I thought it would. I couldn’t get an organisation or an individual’s definition of […]
March 2021 and March 2022
As this blog is about a prediction for the above dates. My predictions come from my personal and business experience, as well as operating Your Business Angels through downturns and calamities other global downturns that we seemed to miss for reasons such as a mining boom and often just luck. It has been a long […]
Please discuss any changes in your business status with our client coordinators.Especially clients who are in Victoria and may have a change in turnover after the time taken for debtors to pay down their debts to them has passed. Amendments to the JobKeeper 1.0 Rules were released on Friday 14 August. The significant change is […]
You should be a client of Your Business Angels
Now is the time to prepare your business for the post government stimulus An Invitation to talk to the CEO of Your Business Angels about solving those big problems before it is too late. Crunch time: early action critical as government lifelines end. Good Morning, Many of our clients’ businesses have survived the COVID-19 period […]
The Big Road Forward
The Big Road ForwardTwo-speed economy Your Business Angels understand that there are different needs for different clients. Many of our clients are still pushing ahead with their business. The Stage IV lockdown seems to have stopped short at the construction doorway, and many of our clients are still working as much or nearly as much […]
Australia is awash with money. Can you dive in and get yours? There is a lot to keep doing.
If you have an empty swimming pool and put a tap in it, connect that tap to a water source and turn that tap on, you will fill the swimming pool with water. It will be awash with water. That is pure science. If you have a country and the government of that country pour […]
Do not waste a tax loss
This has been a difficult year, and your business may have made a tax loss. A tax loss is when the total deductions you can claim, excluding gifts and donations, are greater than your total income for an income year. If your business makes a tax loss, you may be able to: Offset the loss […]
Moving a market
And where Your Business Angels could be able to help you There is from what we are finding from a lot of trades in the marketplace – it just may not be where you have worked previously. You may need to move to a different market using your skills. You might need to travel a little […]
You are finally getting recognition that you exist – it took a pandemic to do so!
So, here is the thing, I’m looking for a metaphor to write this blog about small businesses in Australia that make up 62.7% of all enterprises that have finally been recognised by the government. And ironically this recognition comes about because of the pandemic. In the initial stimulus package, self-employed ABN holders were left out […]
Launch the life boat
A rescue lifeboat is a boat rescue craft which is used to attend someone in distress. It can be hand pulled, sail powered or powered by an engine. Lifeboats may be rigid, inflatable or rigid-inflatable combination hulled vessels. Does it matter as long as it arrives in time?
What is the most important thing to keep yourself from drowning? Getting out of the water—but treading water is a close second! Simply floating in water might look easy, but it’s actually pretty difficult if you don’t have a flotation device, and treading water is an essential safety skill for anyone who plans on spending […]
How to Survive a Rip Tide
How to Survive a Rip TideLessons for Business The term “rip tide” is usually used to describe rip currents, which are long, narrow bands of water that can pull swimmers away from the shore. If you do get caught in a rip current, the best thing you can do is stay calm. It’s not going […]
Seven Things You Should Stop Doing
During the global financial crisis we had some warning, we saw news reports where people wearing suits will walking out of investment banks on Wall Street carrying their box file that represented their personal items from the desk. Slowly over a period of time we slipped into the global financial crisis and many businesses had […]