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Are you looking to retire soon? - Knowing how much you’ll need to live comfortably in retirement can be a challenge.
Considering that Australia has a comparatively high percentage of people who are currently aspiring to start their own business over the next 5 years, this topic is highly contemporary and one much sought after.
One is correct in assuming that most successful businesses have a robust plan and thus, as a first set of action, one should put their thoughts down on paper. A Business Plan provides...
Meet Skewie. Yesterday, we had dinner with our friend, Skewie.
He is a mid-aged guy with four grown-up kids. When he found that his beloved was cheating on him, he decided to leave home. He has been homeless from nearly four years now and can pretty much always be found near IGA at Leederville. “She is their mother…I have never told my children and I don’t intend to”…
Careful planning can help you enjoy a great holiday, whatever your budget.Does it feel like ages since your last holiday? Maybe with responsibilities like paying off your credit card, saving for your first home, or paying back your university fees, your next holiday still seems a long way off…
At Fortuna we strongly believe in building a better future for the next generation by empowering businesses and individuals that share this belief. Driven by this belief, we sponsored ‘The Big Idea’ competition, hosted by ECU at their Joondalup campus on the 25th of October.
We are humbled to have succeeded in bringing back glory to WA yet again. Fortuna Advisory Group won the prestigious 2018 SME of the Year award at the India Australia Business & Community Awards (IABCA) held at the Brisbane City Hall on 12th October. Melvyn Gilbert received the award on behalf of the team.
There are hundreds of management jargons which revolve around us on a normal day – while some of them are quite impressive to use at lectures, most are practically hilarious to real professionals. I had some time today and thought of writing about this new jargon – something I have been thinking about for a little while: ‘Naturality – the new normal in CRM’.
Small businesses represent more than 96 percent of all businesses in Western Australia – making a contribution of almost $40 billion per year and as global growth has picked up, so has demand for WA’s commodities.
It is expected that export growth will continue to be the state’s most important economic engine over the next five years.