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Leaving money on the table? How to automate your receipt processing

As much as we hate to admit it, the best business owners and executives can drop the ball on occasion. This is particularly true of the little things, which can be easily overlooked.

When it comes to keeping track of business expenses, even the most attentive and mindful can fall behind. Physical receipts and invoices can easily be misplaced before you set foot back in the office. Hunting around for them causes headaches, wastes time and hurts productivity.

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How to win in the game of business: Lead vs Lag Indicators

The principles behind winning in business and winning in sport are similar in many ways.

Take tennis, for example. If you've ever watched a match on television, you'll know that along with all the hitting, running and grunting there are a lot of numbers involved.

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10 questions to ask before submitting a trade mark application

Intellectual property. It's a hot topic.

Why?

Because, in the globalised and ultra-connected world we live in, the intellectual property (IP) of individuals and businesses is increasingly at risk.

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Business owners: Ready to ride the SuperStream?

If you're still paying your employees' super with bank transfers (or worse still, cheques), then you need to change the way you do things-and fast.

Businesses making super contributions for 20 or more employees had to start making those payments online from 31 October 2015. And any business with fewer than 20 employees have to do the same from 30 June 2016.

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Larger businesses have a Chief Financial Officer (CFO) on staff. But what can small and medium sized businesses do in this regard?

Clearly, larger businesses can afford an in-house CFO. But it goes beyond an affordability issue: Large, successful businesses also understand how crucial the CFO role is to their business performance.

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