- Agent payouts to shift stock14-06-2016 14:00
Agents are being offered double the normal commission to help shift apartments throughout capital cities.
- Chinese airlines eye Qantas14-06-2016 14:00
It could be a matter of time before a Chinese airline tries to buy a strategic stake in Qantas.
- Three in race for port sale14-06-2016 14:00
The auction for the Port of Melbourne has come down to a three-way race with bidders lodging indicative bids.
- ‘ALP’s NBN needs extra $10bn’14-06-2016 14:00
Labor’s NBN policy could require a further $10 billion in taxpayer funding, says a telecommunications analyst.
- ‘I have a conflict situation as President’11-01-2017 20:35
DONALD Trump will be president next week. And he’s finally announced what will happen to his business interests.
- CEOs to be stung on energy costs11-01-2017 13:00
New research suggests the majority of businesses expect to be hit with energy price rises again this year.
- Chevron’s $400m plans for Bight11-01-2017 13:00
The chance of a big oil find in the Great Australian Bight did not die when BP ditched its drilling program.
- Gas search ban ‘stumbling block’11-01-2017 13:00
The Grattan Institute has warned Victoria’s gas moratorium may have to be partially lifted to save the smelter.
- Jobs warning over gas crunch11-01-2017 13:00
Manufacturers are warning of job losses and a collapse in investment over a doubling in gas prices.
- ALDI’s tough stance on alcohol11-01-2017 09:54
HE picked up a bottle of alcohol to stop it falling over on the checkout. The cashier told his mum she couldn’t sell it to her now because he’d touched it.
- Creepy Airbnb host reveals ulterior motive11-01-2017 05:56
IT WAS supposed to be a private room, but this creepy Airbnb host had other ideas when he accepted a Sydney woman’s booking.
- The crazy thing we’re still buying11-01-2017 05:20
AUSSIES may be moving away from sugary soft drinks and juices, but the health revolution has boosted the fortunes of the most ridiculous product.
- Customers left 'disgusted' by credit repair tactics10-12-2018 22:12
Unlicensed finance companies that offer to fix your bad credit rating or manage your debt will face a senate inquiry this week, amid claims they've been charging exorbitant fees for little or no service.
- Academics urge board to monitor ASIC and APRA10-12-2018 21:28
Policy & RegulationA new research paper developed by three academics has urged the imposition of an over-arching assessment board to oversight the effectiveness of the Australian Securities and Investments Commission and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority.
- Foreign nationals forced to sell $380 million of illegal real estate10-12-2018 21:27
Policy & RegulationThe Coalition has forced the sale of $380 million worth of real state that was illegally acquired by foreign nationals.
Office Administrator/SMSF/Corporate Secretarial
Linda has been working in the taxation and accounting services for 14 years. She has specialised in SMSF’s throughout this time and more recently expanded to include Corporate Secretarial services within Somerville Advisory Group.