Today’s financial lockdown pain will fuel tomorrow’s retirement despair further for self-employed people
With more than half of Australians in lockdown, many are facing continued financial hardship which will however, most likely continue into retirement for many self-employed people.
According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), financial institutions lose around $100 billion annually to cybercrime – a staggering 9% of banks’ net income globally.
The basic rule is that if you’ve incurred an expense as part of your job, you can claim it. For instance, if you’re a taxi driver, you can claim fuel for your car, while if you’re a tradie, you can likely claim a deduction for an array of essential tools.
GBG, the global expert in digital identity, helping businesses prevent fraud and meet complex compliance requirements, has announced a partnership with Simple KYC to help financial institutions (FIs) further simplify, enhance and automate their Know Your Customer (KYC) and Know Your Business (KYB) requirements, while meeting compliance needs.
In acknowledging the vital importance of small businesses in Australia, Commonwealth Bank has signed a partnership agreement with COSBOA, to bolster support to the sector.
What is important to keep in mind about this COVID-19 pandemic affected financial year, as opposed to previous financial years, when it comes to tax time?
While inflation figures in Australia have remained relatively low during the pandemic, Consumer Price Index (CPI) for the June quarter 2021 saw an increase of 0.8%, taking the 2021 increase to 3.8%. This brings the topic to the fore of our discussions about our performance.
When Jye de Zylva, a former carpenter and Davie Fogarty, an entrepreneur, joined forces to launch Pupnaps, little did they know how successful the brand would become.
Invus Opportunities, an equity investor has made a substantial investment in ClearScore, the UK’s leading credit marketplace, to accelerate the growth in the business globally.
A new survey of Australian mortgage brokers from Hashching has revealed that more than 8 in 10 Australians are looking to lock in fixed interest rates than this time last year.