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The five most common mistakes a growing company makes - and how to fix them

There are several reasons why companies don't grow or have stopped growing.


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Tax reform - can we ALL win?Tax reform is a political process based on negotiation and compromise.

Sorry Joe, consumer spending will disappoint Santa this Christmas
Debunking the 'cost of children' argument
Are You Getting Paid Enough?
Protecting Your Financial Accounts from Hackers
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Top 5 Ways To Save Water At HomeThe typical American family uses about 400 gallons of water every day.

6 Spending Styles That Will Help You Save
5 More Incredibly Simple Things You Should Do To Protect Your Privacy
Hair Color and Money Habits
How To Manage And Reduce Your Personal Debt This Holiday Season

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Australians are saving more, but are more comfortable with debtAustralians know that adequate savings can help provide for a rainy day

Chasing money: why the insolvency industry needs reform
How much is your debt really costing you?
The Ultimate Resolution For 2012: Kick Debt
What's Your Debt Really Costing You?
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Four tax policies Australian house prices rest onThe issues of tax and house prices are colliding

Five reasons housing is more affordable overseas
Blowing bubbles: the tricky task of tackling Sydney's property market
The facts on Australian housing affordability
'Slippers' and 'stickers': the hidden victims of rising house prices


It's your super, so why shouldn't you be allowed access?The preservation age has always been lower than the age at which a person becomes eligible for the age pension.

Super fees vary wildly, and it will hurt your retirement income
Why pensioners are cruising their way around budget changes
Superannuation tinkering could kill the goose that lays the golden egg
Employers need more than money to hire older workers

Buffett rule a proxy for real tax reformIn 2011 investment guru and billionaire Warren Buffett wrote an opinion piece

Shadow play: how China's unregulated banks feed its boom and bust economy
The potential of behavioural economics: beyond the nudge
Judgement day: farewell but not goodbye to performance reviews
Why negative gearing is not a fair tax policy

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As China changes from world's factory to innovator, Australia needs to keep paceAustralia's economic future can be bright.

The super rich and tax: lifters or leaners?
It's Never Been Easier To Build This Little-Known Type Of Wealth
A Checklist For Super Productivity.
How I Founded a Top Marketing Technology Startup in Less Than 6 Months

EQ versus IQ: what's the perfect management mix?Intelligence Quotient or IQ is a way to measure the level of potential ability of people

Leaders only inspire when we feel part of their group
Why business suddenly cares about staff being happy
Minimum wage up but households still falling behind
No, it's not you: why 'wellness' isn't the answer to overwork

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Chasing the 'silver sliver': making sure innovation doesn't slip through our fingersThere are several widely-agreed upon facts about the current world economy.

Mature, fit, preppy: how hiring for the 'right look' influences retail shoppers
Measures of happiness tell us less than economics of unhappiness
MX axed: how your mobile killed off the freebie paper
Chinese industry gets an overhaul but there's no end in sight to cheap labour
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Returning to work after childbirth: still a case of 'managing it all'The return by women to paid work after maternity or parental leave plays a crucial role in driving our workforce and...

Priceless: the inefficient, but merry economics of Christmas
Pie Face collapse a lesson in biting off more than you can chew
Rise of corporate divorces leads to fleeting gains
National financial planning register will just list problem, not solve it

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Abraham Lincoln

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