The June 2012 print issue of My Business is hot off the printing press and filled with loads of informative content to help aspiring SMEs grow their business. Our new issue will hit newsstands later this week.
Here’s a brief snapshot of what you can read about in our latest issue.
* Federal Budget 2012: The good, the bad and the ugly: In our cover story for this issue, My Business calls on a range of accounting and taxation specialists to break down all the rhetoric and jargon and bring you an honest, simplified analysis of the 2012 Federal Budget and what it holds for SMEs.
* Stiff Upper Lip: In an engaging and often amusing profile piece, we meet Jabiru Aircraft owner Rod Stiff, OAM, who has cultivated extraordinary success in the light aircraft industry over the last 24 years without ever borrowing any money.
* End of financial year checklist: With the end of another financial year quickly approaching, bookkeeping expert Donna Stone brings you a comprehensive checklist that will help take the pain out of your EOFY duties.
* Cash flow management: Andrea O’Driscoll explains how you can best maintain a relationship with your creditors and in doing so improve your access to working capital.
* The new age of printers: Andrea O’Driscoll looks at how modern printers and MFDs can help SMEs cut their document costs and streamline their operations.
* An SMEs guide to CRM: Matt Sandford looks at the often-misunderstood discipline of Customer Relationship Marketing and the compelling benefits it can offer SMEs.
* 2012 ActionCOACH My Business Awards: With entries now open for the 2012 ActionCOACH My Business Awards, we catch up with bubbly 2011 winner Cherie Donovan of Segenhoe Inn.
* Business succession planning: Strategic accountant and business adviser Craig West explains the key details that you need to know about business succession planning.
* Rev up your PC: In five simple steps Andrea O’Driscoll explains how you can restore your long-serving, once state-of-the-art PC to its former glory.
* SMEAA Member Profile: Kerry Henry, co-owner of Aussie Bonds Australia and SMEAA Member, tells us about his business.
Keep a keen eye out for the June 2012 issue My Business on newsstands in the coming days – or in your letterbox if you subscribe.
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