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A guide to setting up a small business

Starting a small business is an exciting adventure that requires careful planning and organisation. There are several essential steps to take, from registering for an Australian Business Number (ABN) to setting up financial systems and securing insurance.
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Your guide to insurance for a retail business

Australia is home to around 130,000 retail trade businesses of all shapes and sizes. If yours is one of them, you’ll know that keeping sales ticking over and maintaining healthy profits is no easy matter. There are pitfalls aplenty, for new players and old hands alike.
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Your guide to insurance for your hospitality business

Australia is home to more than 30,000 restaurants, 28,000 cafes and coffee shops and 9000 pubs, bars and nightclubs. If yours is one of them, you’re likely to be already familiar with some of the challenges that are part and parcel of running a hospitality business. It also pays to be prepared if you plan to open your own establishment.
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How does running a business from home affect your insurance?

COVID-19 led to many more people starting small businesses from home, often as a side hustle. But even a micro business can affect whether your current insurance policy is valid. So, what kind of insurance may you need to run a business from home? We’ll explore that. But first, it’s time to check what may be covered by your existing policy.
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Are burnt out employees covered by workers compensation?

To say the last couple of years have been challenging for Australian workers is a major understatement. Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020, they’ve had plenty to deal with, from juggling home schooling and work commitments, to worrying about whether they’d even have a job a couple of months down the track.
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Post-pandemic corporate travel insurance rules

Like so many things, business travel is now back on the cards since most countries have re-opened their borders after the easing of COVID restrictions. But if you’re heading away for work, it’s important to make sure your insurance covers you if fall ill before or after you take off.
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Prepping your insurance for the new financial year

The small-business sector was hit hard by the pandemic. The Reserve Bank of Australia found the sector was disproportionately affected by COVID because these businesses are more likely to be in industries that were affected by restrictions on movement, such as cafes and restaurants, as well as arts and recreation.
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Insurance cover for mould

Mould is invariably associated with damp conditions. Australia has experienced its fair share of those in the summer of 2021-22, with widespread flooding across Queensland and northern NSW as well as scores of soggy days elsewhere around the country.
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The future for insurance and NFTs

Non-fungible tokens are units of data stored on a blockchain, which is an immutable digital ledger for storing information. Proponents of NFTs argue they intrinsically provide proof of ownership. Examples of NFTs include digital artworks, domain names and in-game items.
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