Why accountants are the gatekeepers for protecting your intellectual property

Any good business relies on a network of trusted professional advisors. This is increasingly important in a business landscape driven by technology and fast moving innovation. In this environment, one professional advisor stands out in importance above all others: the accountant.

A trusted accountant stands on the professional front line. Often they are the adviser with whom a business owner has the most contact and the closest relationship. Unlike a lawyer, who may only be engaged when a problem arises, an accountant is a constant companion throughout the life of a

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Keep moving with The Physio Joint

Life in the medical industry isn’t easy. There are hard days, long hours and tragic stories.

But for Damien Cummins, practice partner at The Physio Joint, the days are mostly filled with good news. In fact, he says his team performs “a miracle a month”.

“There’s dramatic times when people come in with significant pain that they’ve had for long periods of time and functional losses associated with it, and we’ll apply forces and movements and teach them how to improve their movement and find that they can leave with significantly less

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10 interview questions for your potential bookkeeper

A bookkeeper can be a great addition to your business. Whether you employ one full time or just a day or two a week, you still need to ensure that they are the right fit for your business and have experience to match your needs.

Here are 10 questions that can help you decide if they will meet your requirements:

1. What are your qualifications?

Your bookkeeper should have a bookkeeping qualification. If you intend to use them to prepare your Business Activity Statement, then they will also need to be either a

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Alice In Frames – always on the move

For talented culinary artists like Alice Zaslavsky, food is more than recreation – it’s a lifestyle. After spending several years as a school teacher, Alice took the biggest chance of her life and applied to appear on MasterChef. Although she didn’t win the grand prize, she definitely succeeded in more ways than one. Taking advantage of her public profile, Alice has launched her own business – Alice in Frames – a way to combine both food and education.

“I’m using my skill set as a teacher, as well as my platform

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