To achieve a level of comfort around accepting the financial position imposed by any proposed plan, farm successors need to know exactly how addressing the identified wants of an exiting generation will impact their future viability.
As the risk of natural disasters increases at this time of year, check your Australian business number (ABN) details are current and refresh if needed. Emergency services and government agencies can use ABN details to provide help to you in times of emergency.
There is a lot of good to be achieved when succession planning is taken on proactively and within a structured process. Having wholesome conversations that discover the objectives and desires of all involved and dealing with challenging decisions without delay makes the process much easier and rewarding for all.
Cotton with a Conscience report examines the contribution that cotton makes to our economy, the investment in the health, safety, education and prosperity of its workforce, and the ways in which cotton community businesses and individuals give back locally through financial, time and in-kind contributions.
The Queensland Criminal Code has been amended to enable employers to be prosecuted for stealing if they intentionally fail to pay or underpay their employees’ wages or other entitlements. If you’re an employer, do you know what’s required in relation to the new wage theft offence?
By failing to commence a transition, farming families could not only miss out on the business advantages that come from nurturing and developing another level of management autonomy, but also run the risk of missing out on real financial opportunities that have the potential to deliver a significantly enhanced the outcome for all.