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2022 - The year of the transaction

M&A activity showed signs of increase in 2021 and 2022 promises to be the year of the transaction.

Valuations - Why normalising earnings is so important

A current valuation is essential for many SMEs, and the capitalisation of future maintainable earnings approach, for many, is the most appropriate way to value the business.

Has COVID affected business value?

Looking to buy, sell or invest in a business? You may have to weigh many more factors during the current COVID-19 pandemic. And irrespective of whether you are on the buy side or the sell side, [...]

Keeping your business healthy in a COVID environment

Businesses need to make a detailed plan if they are to cope with the ongoing pandemic - and the possible reduction of government support programs. The recently announced JobKeeper 2.0 will [...]

Registering for JobKeeper only the first step for business

There has been a surge in registrations for the JobKeeper program but small businesses have been warned their financial records need to be streamlined or they could face problems in the future.

Generational succession: Do your kids really want to take over your business?

Generational succession - handing your business across to your kids or family–sounds simple enough.But, many families end up in dispute right at the point when the parents, business, and [...]

Business structures and restructures: Is your structure working against you?

Many business owners don’t realise that the business has outgrown its structure until something comes up – and this something is usually something negative.  


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