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Trustee Company

A trustee company is a legal entity that acts as a fiduciary, agent or trustee on behalf of a person or business for the purpose of administration, management and the eventual transfer of assets to a beneficial party.

Consistency is key to exceptional business results

Consistency doesn’t mean being the best at something or providing the highest quality, it means providing predictable, reliable results to the customer or client every time you do business with them.

Super Fund Trustee Company

A super fund trustee company is a type of special purpose proprietary company that is only permitted to act as trustee of a self-managed superannuation fund.

Improving Customer Traffic Flow

The layout of your retail store determines the way that traffic (customers) flows through your establishment. The better you understand retail store traffic, the more effective your store layout will be.

Shelf Company

A shelf company is a company that has not traded and historically has had no activity. 

Export Market Development Grants Scheme

The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme is a key Australian Government financial assistance program for aspiring and current exporters.
The Export Market Development Grants (EMDG) scheme is a key Australian Government financial assistance program for aspiring and current exporters.

Accountants Are Far from Natural Salespeople - so How Do We Upsell?

When you think of a salesperson, you picture slick hair and a shiny suit from some boutique hipster joint in the inner suburbs. Lets, face it, that’s just not us.

Increase the Average Transaction Size

Increasing the average transaction size will increase sales revenue. For example, a 20% increase in average transaction size will result in a 20% increase in total sales revenue.

How to Grow Your Fees 316% in a Year

Unni Ashok, a TaxFitness subscriber since June 2017 has recorded fee growth of 316% for the 2019 financial year.

Public Company Limited by Shares

Unlike private companies, under the Corporations Act public companies can raise capital from the public, and have unlimited shareholders.
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