Online retail sales grow four times faster than traditional counterparts 29 May, 2012
Online retail sales are growing nearly four times faster than their bricks-and-mortar counterparts, surging  nearly 16  per cent in the year to April 2012 while traditional retail sales only rose by four per cent over the same period.
Australian economy ranked among world's safest 23 May, 2012
Australia is one of the safest trade and foreign investment destinations globally, ranking alongside Canada, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland, according to an analysis of 131 countries on Dun & Bradstreet's Global Risk Indicator.
Australian consumers among the most financially insecure 18 May, 2012
Australian consumers are among the most financially insecure in the developed world, according to the Boston Consulting Group's April global consumer sentiment survey.
Manufacturing innovation to shore up troubled sector 11 May, 2012
Manufacturers are set to receive funding in the 2012-13  Federal Budget,  aimed at promoting growth through innovation, as the industry struggles under the continued high dollar.
Government extends small business support services 10 May, 2012
Small business advisory and support services are set to receive additional funding under the new federal budget, with plans to spend more than $30 million on existing services over the next four years.
Federal Budget to boost small business 09 May, 2012
Small businesses  will receive some much-needed support from this year's Federal Budget, with a number of tax concessions aimed at improving business cash flow to be introduced as of 1 July. Read on to find out what these benefits are.
2012 Victorian and NT Budgets: How can your business benefit? 04 May, 2012
The Victorian and the Northern Territory state budgets were handed down on Tuesday, 1 May 2012. Read on to find out what the benefits are to your small business.
Tax breaks needed for small business 02 May, 2012
Small businesses will be watching Treasurer Wayne Swan very closely next week, when the Federal Budget is released on 8 May. Mr Swan is facing additional calls from the business community and parliamentary members to give small businesses a break in the upcoming Budget.
Reserve Bank cuts interest rate 02 May, 2012
The Reserve Bank announced today it has cut the official cash rate amid moderate inflation figures and a weaker than anticipated economic environment.
Personal fraud costs Australians more than one billion dollars 01 May, 2012
Personal fraud costs Australians more than  one  billion dollars in 2010-11 and given more than 60 per cent of small businesses are unincorporated entities, this is a real and costly threat to a significant proportion of the small business community.

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