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Starting a Business

Step by step legal guides on starting a business

Interested in starting an air conditioning installation business? Read on for 5 helpful tips to get you started.
What are the most common examples of intellectual property? Read this article to find out so you can protect your intellectual property.
Are you considering registering a commercial lease? In this article we explain when you’re legally required to.
Are you selling products or services? Check out this article to find out if it is possible to advertise your prices without GST.
Do you know what Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) is? Read this article to find out what it means and when it applies.
If you want to learn how to start an NDIS business today, this ultimate guide is all you need. Read along to find out.
Have you ever wondered if it’s legal to be running a business from your apartment? This article shows you how.
What is a common seal? A common seal is a stamp used by companies to execute documents. Find out how to legally use them in this article.
Employers should be aware of when they need to pay their employees casual loading. Keep reading to find out when this applies.
For most commercial property transactions, stamp duty (transfer duty) must be paid. Read this article to see when it applies across all Australian states.
Providing payslips to employees is one of the most important aspects of running a business. Find out when they’re required.
Employers are required to withhold portions of their employees' salaries for tax purposes. Find out how PAYG Withholding works here.
Have you ever wondered how to start a tutoring business in Australia? Read this article to find out how to begin.
Find out whether Australia’s rules and regulations prohibit a non-Australian resident from being appointed as a company director.
Are you thinking about importing goods from overseas? Read this article to find the legal requirements you need to know.
Are you thinking of starting your own labour hire company? Read this article to learn how to succeed.
The tax-free threshold in Australia is $18,200. Read this article to find out what the tax-free threshold means for your finances.
Are you starting an online business and are wondering if you need an Australian Business Number(ABN)? Read this article to find out.

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