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Business solutions


Business solutions

Businesses don’t plan to fail; they fail to plan.


 

Becoming your own boss is an exciting journey, but it pays to plan ahead to make sure it’s a success. We can help you get there.

Common questions to consider

  • What do I need to think about when starting a new business?
  • What is a small business financial plan?
  • Where should I go to seek advice?
  • Should I insure my business?
  • What are my obligations if I take on employees?
  • What about super for myself?
  • How do I make sure my business will continue without me?
  • What tax concessions apply if I choose to exit my business?

How can a planner help?

  • Advise on the financial planning aspects of your business plan.
  • Review, advise and organise the specialised insurances you need to protect your business and your employees.
  • Advise the superannuation requirements for you and your employees.
  • Recommend superannuation funds or managing a self managed superannuation fund.
  • Explain your super obligations for staff.
  • Advise about investing your business profits.
  • Advise on succession planning for your business.
  • Advise on insurances specific to the business needs.

 How can a planner help? Successful financial plans


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Want to know more. 

If you need help with personalised advice on financial planning, be it wealth strategies or protection for you or your family, or a need to discuss your present or future retirement options give us a call today on 03 6343 1007.  


Alternatively send us a message or simply book an appointment now with one of our qualified financial planners on our online booking service at a mutually acceptable time.



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