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Don’t be scammed this silly season

BMO Business Centre is warning clients not to be scammed this silly season, with fraudsters and scammers recognising the holiday season as a great opportunity to take advantage Read on...


Property investors need to know the rules

Many rental property owners are ill-informed when it comes to what they can and can’t do to minimise tax on their investment property income. Speaking at an investment Read on...


NBN explained at upcoming breakfast event

Local business owners feeling confused about what the National Broadband Network (NBN) will mean for them will have an opportunity to hear directly from the NBN Senior Community Read on...


Business hurt by annual leave bank-ups

Recent changes to the way employers should handle excessive leave and cashing-out leave will assist businesses who are struggling to manage annual leave balances of long term Read on...


Big Brother is watching

The kids might be noisy over the school holidays, but that does not mean you can rent a separate property to get some peace and quiet to study… and then try and claim it as a Read on...


Budget your way into the black

$2.2 trillion. That’s how much Australian households owe right now, according to the latest ABS stats.i Household liabilities grew by $1.2 billion in the last quarter alone. Read on...


Australians daring to dream again; not without regrets

New research into Gen Y, Gen X and Baby Boomers’ financial hopes and fears Our nation is more optimistic than it has been in years according to new research released by the Read on...


Making it easier for the next generation of farmers

Farming families will have less hurdles when it comes to succession planning thanks to the announcement of a new stamp duty exemption for intergenerational transfers of farm Read on...


Succession planning leads to a changing of the guard

Proactive succession planning has seen a ‘changing of the guard’ at local business and accounting firm BMO, with long serving Practice Manager Barry Jordan officially handing Read on...


Ensure your work related deductions add up

BMO Accountants is warning taxpayers to take extra care and be sure to get professional advice when it comes to making work-related deductions in their 2016 tax returns. The Read on...


Economic update to shed light on investor markets

Under the shadow of ‘Brexit’ and the nail-biting finish to Australian federal election, BMO is offering local investors a chance to learn more about how the current volatility Read on...


Minimum wage increase

Employers will need to review the wages they pay staff from the beginning of next month following the Fair Work Commission’s decision to increase ‘National Minimum Wage’ by Read on...