The Real Truth Why Businesses Can't break the Iceberg
According to the Statistics more than 80% of start-up small business fail and don’t make it past the five-year mark.
The Study found that the factors that contributed to business failures were mismanaged cashflow. Drowning in paperwork, spending too much time on business admin task's, not using technology to automate processes and build-up of unpaid tax bills. Learn how we solve these business problems.
Drowning in Paperwork
This is one of the biggest problems facing businesses where you spend so much time on sorting out paperwork and unproductive tasks that you do not have enough time to put towards growing your business. It is said that on average businesses lose 50 days a year on sorting out paperwork. Talk to our experts and learn how we can automate your accounting & bookkeeping tasks.
How to Get Yourself Out of Drowning Paperwork?
Paying High Tax Bills
As a business owner getting taxed will always exist but minimising those high tax bills is something most business owners do not take advantage of and in turn pay more tax than what is required of you. If you have paid high taxes in previous years or want to save more on tax see our proactive tax planning approach.
How We Save Taxes For Your Business?
Struggling Startup Businesses
Taking no steps and no advice will lead to your business being just another statistic in the 95% of small business that fail within the first 5 years. Starting up a business can be daunting and challenging for the most part, however it does not have to be with the right guidance and coaching. With the rise of the information age, technology, social media and the online world you can leverage this to get your voice out there and find your pearl.
Learn about how we Help Start-up businesses:
Low Business Cashflow
Low business cashflow is something that hinders many businesses but we want to ensure it does not affect the operations of your business, whilst also facilitate in providing strategies to help you to overcome a shortage in cashflow if it is to accentuate.
How to Impove Your Cashflow:
Tax Debt Negotiating
Having a long outstanding ATO debt can have a negative effect on your business due to the significant implications the ATO imposes from heavy fines to shutting your business down. There can be many reasons why you have built up an ATO debt and determining what the root cause is can break this cycle and enable you to start minimizing and inevitably eliminate this debt.
How to Get Yourself Out Of This :