Where to next?

This is what we’re asked by many people and the reason why our clients chose Hayes Knight.

Our clients know we are good at the fundamentals – accounting, tax compliance, and audit – but they come to us because not only are we good at the fundamentals, we have the expertise to help them identify, structure, and secure, their future … their next step.

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Ups & Downs: Managing in uncertain times

 How do you create certainty in uncertain times? Much of what we do personally to grow and protect our wealth, and commercially for the businesses we manage is subject to unpredictability and change.

The answer is that there are no certainties in life – sorry about that. But, this doesn’t mean that you can’t take charge and protect against uncertainty – you just need to know where and how to look at it.

Where we are at?

Government spending will continue to be a focus this year with the interest on Government debt now running at $1 billion per month according to Treasury. There are only a few ways the Government has of dealing with the increasingly ominous debt trend; initiatives to lift productivity and growth to boost tax revenues, spending cuts, and increased taxes or a reduction in tax concessions. This year, for you personally, your SMSF, and your business, you should keep this in mind when trying to manage change as Government policy is likely to provide both opportunities and risks in the short and long term.  MORE

China: Opportunities, Investment & Appetite

There has been a lot of discussion about China lately – the Free Trade Agreement, financial stability and growth and the impact on the Australian economy, and Chinese investment in Australia. With the help of Paul Wan, Director of Paul Wan & Co, part of our international affiliation of accounting firms, we take an insider’s view of China and its impact on Australia.

According to Austrade, one in every three Australian export dollars earned is from sales of goods and services to China. On top of that, 80 % of the value of Australia’s export growth in 2013-14 was from trade with China. It’s not surprising then that we have a fixation with the welfare and continued consumption of Australian goods and services by China and China’s rising influence on the Australian economy…  MORE

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