What next for our clients?

What next for our clients?

What next for our clients?

I started my first accounting practice when I was 27. Since then, I have been involved with and ultimately been responsible for the preparation and lodgement of thousands of business and individual tax returns. We lodged over 10,000 returns in 2000 alone! As I approach “retirement”, I’m happy to say that in all that time, I’ve never had even one..

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Challenges or Opportunities?

Challenges or Opportunities?

It seems the cost of everything is increasing with freight, fuel and building being the most obvious. This has contributed to the annual inflation rate increasing to 3.5% in December and predictions of further increases. Interest rates are widely predicted to increase and there are serious concerns how borrowers that entered the housing market at 2% will cope with 5%..

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In news released today, Brisbane house prices increased by 1.5% in February!   House prices in most regional areas of Australia including Devonport on the North West Coast of Tasmania (where I live) are surging. Commercial property prices in many areas are doing the same and the house building industry is at capacity (or maybe slightly above).   All of..

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This year has been a giant rollercoaster ride for most small business owners. Coronavirus health concerns progressed to financial concerns from forced closures etc, and then (for many) an economic recovery fueled by government stimulus has led to the busiest period they have ever experienced.   A key to survival and the recovery for many businesses was the JobKeeper subsidy. The..

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Another impressive blog from Seth Godin’s yesterday:   Omission, commission and the places in between If you accidentally leave the gate open and foragers end up destroying 1000 acres of crops, the guilt feels different than if you went and actively burned down the fields, even if the damage is identical. In our society, we treat errors of omission differently..

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Unicorn Business Solutions are based in Devonport Tasmania, with clients around Australia.

64 Best Street, Devonport

Mail : PO Box 511 Devonport TAS 7310 Australia