FINANCE

Small Business Month

Isabella Ross October, otherwise known as Small Business Month, is the time for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) to seek expert advice to grow their business. NSW Small Business Month is run by the NSW Government, being the only dedicated festival for small...

read more

Top 5 checklist for buying property

Tayla Foster One of the scariest moments in an individual’s adult life is the leap of faith they take into purchasing a property. Regardless of how big or small the land may be, the notion of buying barren land for a minimum down payment of $65,000 followed by...

read more

Budget Deficit News

Australians are receiving news that the country is set to experience the worst budget deficit since World War II, a fact that most likely does not come as a shock to many given the current circumstance. The pandemic has wreaked economic havoc across the globe, and...

read more

The close of the financial year

Tayla Foster The end of the financial year has commonly been a saving grace for people struggling to save, to pay off a mortgage or tackle crippling debt. It's that time of the year that accountants are at their busiest, pop up accountants are set up throughout...

read more

Appraise the Value of Your Home

Dipti Singh Buying a home is one of the biggest financial investments a person makes in their lifetime. Even though if the property market is booming or receding, it is imperative to still make some effort to maintain or enhance the value of your property. If you are...

read more

Controlling Finances 101

Isabella Ross With the Christmas and New Year period comes added expenditures, bills and stress. Keeping a hold of your wallet in the holiday aftermath is important for every consumer, but sometimes it can be difficult to know where to begin. Here to help are 3 simple...

read more

Boosting Tax Returns

Isabella Ross It is that time of year again – tax! The coming months are known for brisk weather and the tedious task of lodging tax returns. Sydney Observer had the chance to sit down with Director of Tax Communications at H&R Block, Mark Chapman. Previously,...

read more

 Be sure to check out Sydney Observer on Instagram: