Well, there’s an election result that everyone saw coming. The only problem was that everyone saw it coming last time we went to the federal polls and we were wrong, so not too many of us were brave enough to speak up until the fat lady (or fat old guys in this case) had sung.
Now is the best time to start planning your taxes for FY22. If you haven’t already, the best place to start is with your accountant. MARISSA TADDEO speaks to Butler Settineri Associates Ryan Taddeo and Steele Thornton to gain some insights into tax considerations for business owners as the end of the financial year approaches.
When international human service provider APM Human Services, real estate investment manager Qualitas and olive oil producer Cobram Estate were planning Initial Public Offerings on the ASX, they turned to Melbourne-based branding agency Collier Creative to help tell a compelling story. JOSH NYMAN caught up with Creative Director and Partner Mark Reinheimer to find out
Rising demand for critical minerals is fuelling Osprey Minerals’ multi-commodity exploration play in the East Kimberley and its IPO journey, writes JESSICA GABITES. Look out the window on your way to work this week and chances are you will see an office worker whiz past you on an electric scooter or a Tesla quietly overtake
IPOs on the ASX raised more capital in 2021 than the previous seven years and, while things are already cooling off this year, JOSH LEWIS writes that there is still market appetite for the right IPOs despite significant headwinds. Rising interest rates and global geopolitical tensions are having an impact on the Initial Public Offering
The annual APPEA Conference takes place in Brisbane this month and while traditional energy producers have faced a swag of challenges in recent years, the line-up of speakers and attending companies looks to be as strong as ever. Oil and gas producers are facing some of the most challenging times of the past 50 years
The oil and gas industry has played a key role in the Australian economy for about half a century, but it is coming under increasing pressure to alter its business model amid the energy transition. JOSH LEWIS explains. Resources Minister Keith Pitt revealed last month that Australia’s resources and energy export earnings are forecast to
Change is the only constant, as the saying goes. Just ask anyone in oil and gas, politics or economics. Or The Yield’s editorial department for that matter, where COVID finally found a foothold and knocked us down one after the other like a chain of dominoes. Fortunately, we’ve managed to cough it out, complete the
Borders, bosses, barramundi and Bitcoin The headline’s not entirely accurate, but who’d let the hard facts get in the way of some nice alliteration? Not us at The Yield anyway. That’s not to say it’s fictitious – in fact all of those things are loosely involved. It’s just that the barramundi
Getting back to business now the borders are down Many businesses were necessarily quick to adapt when COVID restrictions such as WA’s hard border came into force. But with the last state border in the country now open again, what’s the current situation for businesses and what adjustments will be