Research shows that Australians are wealthier now than ever before. But wealth is not the same as prosperity, and according to the 2017 Prosperity Index, Australia is sliding down the global prosperity rankings.
Every so often the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) sends a warning out to taxpayers indicating where their gaze is focused. Last month in a speech to the National Press Club, Tax Commissioner Chris Jordan did exactly that.
Sometimes the only way to get through the week, especially with the demands of clients, employees and deadlines, is to skip your lunch break, work late or check emails over the weekend. Where do you draw the line?
Australia has landed two cities inside the top 20 global rankings of a cities ability to attract and foster growth of high-potential female entrepreneurs. The 8th annual Dell Women Entrepreneur Cities Index, announced Monday in San Francisco, revealed Sydney is the 11th best place in the world to base yourself and Melbourne as the 17th.