When you’re running a business, you don’t want to be operating in the dark – you need to be grabbing the expertise and insight your accountant can offer you. Read why.
All directors of companies, registered Australian bodies, registered foreign companies or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations will need a director ID number. Directors can apply for a director ID from November 2021 and Carrick Aland is here to help to make sure our clients get it right.
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.
Closing or selling a business can be complicated for both owners and employees. Understand how to manage your employees and your obligations if you close or sell your business.
The objective of this program is to support small businesses subject to closure or highly impacted by the coronavirus (COVID-19) shutdown restrictions announced by the Queensland Government, to adapt and sustain their operations, and build resilience.
Carrick Aland has been approved as professional service providers in Western Downs Regional Council’s Business Recovery Planning Initiative. Businesses operating for-profit and located in the WDRC Local Government Area will be eligible to apply for funding for a COVID-19 business recovery consultation session. Apply now.
As the coronavirus impacts our country and our way of life, we’re not only helping farm and business owners to endure the COVID-19 crisis; we’re future planning with families and businesses to thrive beyond it.