Many business owners feel they need to be 100% involved with all aspects of their business for it to run successfully. This is particularly true of Tradie business owners who have normally spent many years being “hands on” and engaged in their craft from which they have built their venture. The truth is, delegation and…Details
Many of us start off the new year striving to be better with our money – saving more and spending less all in the name of financial freedom. As we head into the new year, having resolutions are all well and good, but good intentions alone are not going to get you any closer to…Details
As we pack our Christmas belongings away, a lot of us end up taking stock of just how much “stuff” we have accumulated as we try to find homes for the new possessions that we have been lucky to have been gifted over the festive season. The overwhelm of the season, coupled with the desire to “cleanse”and simplify…Details
Today, much of society appears comfortable with the idea of living on credit. It is even seen in some eyes as a “necessity”. Quite often, those who utilise credit cards and services such as after pay are quick to point out “oh, but I always pay it off eventually.” What this cultural trend highlights though…Details
By Leah Oliver, founder of Minnik Chartered Accountants It feels like all we have to do is blink and Christmas is upon us – our days are filled with work, school, homework, sports commitments and other activities and this year we have COVID-19 in the mix. All of a sudden, the silly season is now…Details
Tradie businesses are sitting on a goldmine. What steps can they take to leverage business for personal wealth?
By Leah Oliver, founder of Minnik Chartered Accountants As an Accountant and Wealth Coach who specialises in working with business owners in the trades industry, I often see tradie businesses take off very quickly after an initial startup phase. Quite often, things plateau out shortly after, and cash flow problems start to present, particularly where…Details