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How much to sell your Business for?

28 September 2010

If you own your business, the time will eventually come to dispose of it.  You may just give it to a friend or a family member but what do you need to do if you decide to sell it. Sales of businesses are expected to rise to record levels over the next decade, driven by two trends. The first is the huge generational changes as baby boomers seek to retire, using the sale profits to help fund their  retirement. The other is the rise of younger business owners with a short term focus and a plan to sell their businesses five years after initial set-up. For further details on this read the new article,  Number 35 and offer your thoughts in the AWCF Forum.

Cleaning the Empire State Building 1938

16 April 2012

Check this out! Cleaning the windows of the Empire State Building  in 1938. I wonder how it is done now?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=d8Qe07A7DFw

2015 Wage increase

2 June 2015

Get set for a 2.5% wage increase

The Fair Work Commission has announced a 2.5% increase to minimum wages. The increase will apply from the first full pay period starting on or after 1 July 2015.

We’re working on updating our pay tools with the new pay rates and we’ll send you an email when they’re available.

The increase only applies to employees that get their pay rates from the national minimum wage, a modern award or in some cases a registered agreement.

The new national minimum wage will be $656.90 per week or $17.29 per hour. The national minimum wage applies to employees who aren’t covered by an award or agreement.