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We hope you had a wonderful Easter and welcome to our April newsletter

While most of us usually associate setting goals with the new year, there really is no perfect time to do it. Setting business goals, whatever the time of year, can have positive impacts not only on your business but on your team as well. Here, we've outlined some tips to help you set your business goals.

With the upcoming changes to super on 1 July, it’s important to understand what could happen if you do not meet your obligations as an employer. Find out more here.

In our next article, we will explain what a business trade mark is and what is at risk if you don’t have a registered trade mark.

Selling a business can be an emotional time but don’t let your heart rule your head when it comes to the process. 

If you’re in the latter years of your career and not ready to retire or in need of a change, there are a number of things you can do, we’ve outlined a couple in this article. 

We love to hear from you, so please feel free to contact us with any questions about our articles in this newsletter on Ph: 0431 047 433 or email

Kind regards,

Pemberton Accounting

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