From IT support to personal assistants, there are a number of ways you can keep your business a one man show or just the few of you that started it. Not all of us want to grow a large company and have all the responsibilities of that. With modern technology and new and very functional services you can find a number of ways to keep your own staff to a minimum.
- Secretary. We often think that we need to have a secretary to take care of many of the needs of our own support and running our business. If you have a secretary or personal assistant more likely than not you will have an office. If you are working in the air or on the road, what difference will it really make? Do you ever even need to meet your assistant? Some companies offer very affordable and comprehensive services to keep you organised at very competitive global rates. Instead of employing people and then giving them jobs to do, employ for specific tasks.
More and more Australians are working for themselves and this is one of the fastest growing segments of the employment market. Self employment means a little more than that, it means managing everything in your life such as self managed super and your taxation. All of those who have begun working for themselves need to take measures to protect themselves in the future. Suggestions to help you get started…
- Know your yearly earnings. It is important that you understand the amount of tax that you will be paying on your yearly earnings. Most people working for themselves will have a good idea of their yearly income after around 3 months. It is important that you set aside the amount that you will owe in taxation monthly instead of trying to find it when it comes time to pay it. Having a tax debt can be annoying and it is something that never goes away.