I constantly meet people who have had the same idea for an original business in their head for years and are yet to even begin making it a reality. More often than not, these people will tell me that I am smart enough to come up with a great product and I shouldn’t be in a “me too” business like an Online Marketing Agency.
There comes a time where you will need to find the optimum balance between bootstrapping and company growth. You need to be able to increase the size of your team without decreasing your bottom line.
There are plenty of businesses being started across Australia every day. Most make it to revenue; many generate decent revenue; but an overwhelming majority hit significant growth pains. They get caught in the ‘Growth Trap’.
It makes sense that making things easier for users will lead to increased sales. We have found even small changes, like removing a single contact box from your online forms can double your conversions.
A number of our clients are interested in claiming the R&D Tax Incentive. We are frequently being asked questions about the program and thought it would be useful to share some insights from PwC’s R&D specialists.
What are they all doing? They all offer their employee’s access to standing desks.
If you’re a coder and you haven’t heard about Test-Driven Development then you may have been living under your laptop. Test-Driven Development (or “TDD” for short) is not a new concept, but it is one that is quickly becoming a mantra of the contemporary coder.
With Bitcoin use increasing in Australia, there has been little guidance to date from the ATO and other regulatory authorities about the accounting and tax treatment of this payment method. So we have put together a list of some of the key accounting and tax questions you may have when using Bitcoin.